Posts Tagged "GDP"

The real tax burden in Italy is 52%

According to a study by the CGIA Mestre the real tax burden in Italy in 2009 reached 51.9%, far more than the 43.2% shown by Istat. The research department of the craftsmen of mestre arrived at this figure by taking away tax revenue-GDP ratio, which determines the tax burden, the underground economy. Istat fact apply the rules dictated by [...]

Growing GDP in the euro area

In the first quarter of 2010, GDP in the euro area and the EU grew by 0.2% compared to the previous quarter, is what reveals a Eurostat report. Compared to the first quarter of the previous year, GDP in the euro area grew by 0.6%, in the EU, the increase was 0.5%. In France, GDP grew in the [...]

US federal deficit record in April: 82.69 billion dollars

Record federal deficit for the United States in April, the deficit has reached 82.69 billion dollars. Quadruple the deficit in April 2009, amounting to 20.9 billion euro, and much higher than the 45 billion expected by analysts. Through April is the nineteenth consecutive month that ends in the passive. Since the beginning of the year [...]

Euro zone, the deficit / GDP ratio in 2009 reached 6.3%

The deficit / GDP ratio in 2009 reached 6.3%, compared to 2% in 2008, in the euro area and 6.8%, compared to 2.3% in 2008, in the European Union. This is revealed by a Eurostat report. In particular, the gross domestic product at market prices in euro (16 euro countries) reached in 2009 share [...]

GDP, no overtaking China on Japan

The Japanese economy is the second largest economy in the world, at least for 2009. Despite the Japanese gross domestic product in 2009 has decreased by 5% was still higher than that of China. In 2009 the Japanese nominal GDP stood at 5.075 billion dollars while the GDP of China has "stopped" to 4,900 billion [...]

Italy in the PIIGS?

In recent days, European stock markets suffered heavy losses, to weigh on European markets concerns the accounts of some EU countries. Initially, the country that aroused the greatest concern was Greece. Greece were added in the last days in Spain and Portugal. The EU commissioner for economic affairs [...]

Growing household debt Italian

The total debt of Italian households grew in 2009 surpassing the 524 billion euro, reveals a study of CGIA Mestre. The average debt per household was 21,270 euro. In the rest of Europe, however, the situation is worse than the Italian. In Spain, household debt has reached 896.7 billion [...]

OECD: "GDP in recovery"

In the third quarter of 2009, the gross domestic product in the OECD area rose by 0.8% from the previous quarter, while in the second quarter, growth in OECD countries had instead stopped (0%). In the seven most industrialized countries (G7) GDP grew by 0.7% against a growth of 0% in the previous quarter. Within the [...]

Eurozone GDP fell by 2.5% in the first quarter of 2009

The GDP of the euro zone (EU-16) fell by 2.5% in the first quarter of 2009 compared to the previous quarter, while the GDP of the European Union countries (the countries of the euro and the countries that do not adopt the euro) fell by 2.4%. Was reported by the European statistics office, Eurostat. In Italy, GDP fell [...]

GDP per capita, Italy in thirteenth place in Europe

Italy is in thirteenth place in Europe for GDP per capita, is what emerges from the preliminary estimates for 2008 European statistical office Eurostat. In drawing up the ranking is considered the GDP per capita in purchasing power standards (Purchasing Power Standards). Considering the per capita GDP of the European Union equal to 100 [...]

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