Countries With Lowest Productivity - Bottom 10 World

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Productivity Latest Reference
Belgium
Czech Republic
Finland
Greece
Hungary
Japan
Netherlands
Portugal
Russia
South Korea

Russia Productivity latest value is -2.20 percent. Source: Federal State Statistics Service. NSA. Forecast: 0.7 percent.
Netherlands Productivity was last reported at 32.54 Index Points. Source: Statistics Netherlands. 2010=100, SA. Forecast: 32.53 Index Points.
Greece Productivity stands at 90.20 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 91.8 Index Points.
Hungary Productivity latest value is 92.80 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 101.2 Index Points.
Belgium Productivity was last reported at 93.80 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 99.9 Index Points.
Japan Productivity stands at 93.80 Index Points. Source: Japan Productivity Center. NSA, 2010=100. Forecast: 94.2 Index Points.
Finland Productivity latest value is 97.80 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 98 Index Points.
South Korea Productivity was last reported at 98.10 Index Points. Source: Korea Productivity Center. NSA, 2010=100 . Forecast: 98.4 Index Points.
Portugal Productivity stands at 98.50 Index points. Source: Eurostat. NSA, 2010=100. Forecast: 102 Index points.
Czech Republic Productivity latest value is 99.30 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 104.7 Index Points.
The country with lowest Productivity is Russia (-2.20 percent in 2015) followed by Netherlands (32.54 Index Points in Q1 2017) in the second position and Greece (90.20 Index Points in Q1 2017) in the third.