It’s incredible what you have to read concerning the economic growth in Germany. The growth including inflation referred to in the papers. The last mentioned is about 2% a year in Germany January 2011, and it has to be subtracted from the nominal growth rate. It’s almost ridiculous, especially when we read that ECB intends to raise the interest rate next month to prevent much more inflation, and EU recently began constructing a new common price-index for the member countries. The most funny is the comparison of what EU informs about the inflation-cleansed growth, and what
writes about precisely the same thing. There is certainly no match.
Germany real growth :
I do read 1% in 2009.
Mars 25th 2011: Gross domestic product (in USA), the value of all the goods and services produced in an economy, rose at an inflation-adjusted annual rate of 3.1% in the October to December period, the Commerce Department said Friday.
Real GDP growth rate – [tsieb020]. Growth rate of GDP volume – percentage change on previous year. Gross domestic product (GDP) is a measure of the economic activity, defined as the value… more
I read -4.7%, but perhaps when compared with indexmundi one of them seems to have excluded or included former East-Germany and the other have not.
Let’s take Denmark. Eurostat says real growth -5.2% in 2009. Indexmundi says real growth -1.2% in Denmark in 2009. We have also seen that the result might be pretty different when you just look at one country and its statistics, for example Denmark with a consumer-price-index and a price-index of producergoods.