Russia is the leader among the G8 countries for GDP growth

Russia is on the first line of the rating of the G8 countries in terms of economic growth with the rate of 4.8% in the III quarter of 2011, According to Rosstat, citing data from Eurostat, the IMF and the OECD.

According to the Federal State Statistics Service, Russia gives in second place with the growth of Germany's gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 2.6%. Third place is shared by the U.S. and France with the figure of 1.6%, followed by the United Kingdom — only 0.5%. A negative result is seen in Japan — minus 0.2%. As for Italy and Canada, then for the III quarter data on GDP dynamics are absent.

For countries with developing economies, the Russian GDP was bypassed India and China with those in 8.1% and 9.1%, respectively. Closes four in Brazil, where the economy is in July-September rose by 3.1%.

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