The real GDP growth in the UK reached the low point of -4.3% in 2009 and moved up next year to 1.9%. The highest level of 3% was observed in 2014 followed by the slow decrease next two years.
WB predicts GDP growth in the UK to remain constant while IMF, UN, and EC expect it to fall to 1% in 2017.
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