World Bank provide the earlier data about GDP Growth in Australia without any predictions in comparison with other agencies’ data. However, it can be seen that all the graphs, except EC, show GDP Growth reached an all-time high of about 3.6 percent in 2012.
IMF does not expect substantial changes in GDP Growth in Australia up to 2021, but OECD Long-term Forecast prognosticates the peak of 3.95 percent of GDP Growth in 2017 and then permanent slow decline.
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