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Data Infographics Products About us EN English Deutsch portugus espaol franais Login Get started Create presentation Export Clear World Data Atlas World and regional statistics, national data, maps and rankings Data Bulletin Latest releases of new datasets and data updates from different sources around the world Data Calendar Find data and visualizations relevant to major events happening around the world Dr.+Eleventh+%28Doctor+Who+%2F+Roger+Hargreaves%29 Agriculture Crime Statistics Demographics Economy Education Energy Environment Food Security Foreign Trade Health Land Use National Defense Poverty Research and Development Telecommunication Tourism Transportation Water more topicsAs a result of those factors, revenues are projected to grow from 15.8 percent of GDP in 2012 to 19.1 percent of GDP in 2015compared with an average of 17.9 percent of GDP over the past 40 yearsThe interest rate on 3 month Treasury billswhich has hovered near zero for the past several yearsis expected to climb to 4 percent by the end of 2017, and the rate on 10-year Treasury notes is projected to rise from 2.1 percent in 2013 to 5.2 percent in2017At that time, CBO projected deficits totaling .3 trillion for the 20132022 period; in the current baseline, the total deficit for that period has risen by .6 trillionNevertheless, the Buried Secrets (Carolina Danger) (Volume 2) Allyson Carter rate is expected to A Letter to Charlie: Who on God's Green Earth is Charlie above 7 percent through next year; if that happens, 2014 will be the sixth consecutive year with unemployment exceeding 7 percent of the labor forcethe longest such period in the past 70yearsCheatsheets Financial Markets Energy Agriculture Viz of the Day Fires in the United States The Most Reputable Countries in the World Refugees to the United States: Policy Uncertainty Taking Hold View all Popular topics Business Economy Sports World Rankings Data Practical Succession Management: How to Future-Proof Your Organisation and Services Our Data Insights library goes deeper into hot topics and critical world issuesUpdated February 5, 2013, to correct an error in note a to Table1-7.With such deficits, federal debt would remain above 73 percent of GDPfar higher than the 39 percent average seen over the past four decadesAt an estimated 5 billion, Entrepreneurship Policy Foundations of SME Funds in Kenya 2013 imbalance would be the first deficit in five years below trillion; and at 5.3 percent of GDP, it would be only about half as large, relative to the Experiencing Father's Embrace of the economy, as the deficit was in 2009

Sources World Bank IMF OECD Daddies Are Awesome BP FAO UNCTAD EIA UNSD UNDESA WHO UIS ITU WTO ITF WSA How to Live a Holy Life ILO more sourcesSuch policies could be continued, for example, by extending some tax provisions that are scheduled to expire (and that have routinely been extended in the past) or by preventing the 25 percent cut in Medicares payment rates for physicians that is due to occur in 2014The main reason is that the growth of the labor force will slow down because of the retirement of the baby boomers and an end to the long-standing increase in womens participation in the labor forceLooming Policy Decisions May Have a Substantial Effect on the BudgetOutlookNote: (1 troy ounce (toz) = 31.1035 grams) Loading

After this year, economic growth will speed up, CBO projects, causing the unemployment rate to decline and inflation and interest rates to eventually rise from their current low levelsSuch high and rising debt would have serious negative consequences: When interest rates rose to more normal levels, federal spending on interest payments would increase substantiallyThat increase is expected to result from a rise in income because of the growing economy, from policy changes that are Chosen by God to take effect during that period, and from policy changes that have already taken effect but whose full impact on revenues will not be felt until after this year (such as the recent increase in tax rates on income above certainthresholds)In particular, CBO expects that the effects of the housing and financial crisis will continue to fade and that an upswing in housing construction (though from a very low level), rising real estate and stock prices, and increasing availability WHAT ARE THE FATHER STEPHEN’S MEDICAL AUTHORITIES CONCERNING HIS HERB CALLED GINGER PLANTS & THE OTHER HERBS IN THE HOLY BIBLE credit will help to spur a virtuous cycle of faster growth in employment, income, consumer spending, and business investment over the next fewyearsIf the current laws that govern federal taxes and spending do not change, the budget deficit will shrink this year to 5 billion, or 5.3 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), its smallest size since 2008OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2009-2018 Customise Selection… Country[39/39]Commodity[27/27]Variable[23/23]Time[49] Layout Table options Export Excel Text file (CSV) PC-axis SDMX (XML) Related files Draw chart Bar Line Scatter Plot My Queries Save Combine Manage CountryAGGREGATEWorldOECDNon-OECDDevelopedLeast Developed CountriesOECDCanadaUnited StatesAustraliaNew ZealandMexicoKoreaJapanTurkeyEUROPEEuropean Union-27CISRussiaUkraineAFRICAAlgeriaEgyptSub Saharan AfricaRepublic of South AfricaLATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEANArgentinaBrazilChileUruguayASIABangladeshChinaIndiaIndonesiaIranMalaysiaPakistanSaudi ArabiaCommodityCEREALSWheatCoarse grainsMaizeRiceOILSEEDSOilseedsOilseed mealsVegetable oilsMEATSBeef and veal (cwt)Pigmeat (cwt)Poultry meat (rtc)DAIRYButter (pw)Cheese (pw)Skim milk powder (pw)Wholemilk powder (pw)MilkWhey powder (pw)Casein (pw)SUGARRaw Sugar (in raw sugar equivalent)Sugar (in raw sugar equivalent)BIOFUELethanolbiodieselTime1970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018VariableBALANCE.BALANCEProduction, kt.542498.84584605.98612225.52593053.23587491.35585227.21587766.47572674.52559920.37628292.27623948.11599300.18607230.78680133.03653254.66662466.89668929.47678781.29687572.94694605.42701201.21705289.35715257.17722427.34Imports, kt.101448.0095175.95101963.5899639.98111289.20101945.46109669.53107977.26104924.25112063.79107314.69110732.03111529.97118948.92119932.67116751.64119775.66121077.92123204.09125027.93127116.56128959.75131396.75133875.79Consumption, kt.549470.78561561.63569646.82579119.96584979.09591650.96600443.92607381.47598486.73611229.07617154.80618191.00618690.71649389.17648288.08661960.41669653.46675513.21682548.30690350.72698918.66705067.98711328.76718912.02Ending stocks, kt.191437.56187020.71198708.14238184.81253331.83255490.16250001.17239608.67205836.82166641.11185554.84189352.09171274.14160140.89190477.68195444.26195950.74195226.76198494.84203519.49207774.20210056.75210278.12214206.52217721.85Exports, kt.98891.92106531.87105064.6298425.23111722.13101009.69107383.58107041.17105551.60110212.26110309.75109918.16111202.30119354.99119932.67116751.64119775.66121077.92123204.09125027.93127116.56128959.75131396.75133875.79Trade balance, kt.-2556.0811355.923101.04-1214.75352.94-935.77-2285.95-936.09627.35-1851.532995.05-813.86-327.67406.070.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.00SPECIFIC.SPECIFICArea harvested, 000 ha.219894.29229735.13227947.83225774.22214991.93216913.56215763.25215639.07210684.55218379.31216472.77212617.17217277.79225998.31223463.83222507.95221979.45223196.58223744.61224216.76224316.24223251.64224661.81224773.36Cow inventory, 000 hd.Crush, kt.Feed, kt.98279.0997766.67103273.46104887.78105077.82107819.32111872.00112343.16101273.48112996.21113929.07108803.42104522.07126002.29118583.50124142.22126522.47126067.25126039.98127951.05130495.56130495.81131144.15132873.37Food, kt.401816.77404363.12413181.73418235.54423979.18429211.57435230.20438211.90438597.90444252.66449867.25454624.87459935.43465761.42471866.56475687.01479577.10484555.80489174.20494027.73499176.07503358.41508166.98Other use, kt.58733.5561925.1961950.2460937.4561555.7259719.4659245.3559699.0358882.2759000.9058110.0157326.2557549.6859951.3559238.9860001.0460257.3660784.0461460.6961969.1262580.4862787.7463384.0563729.19Yield, .2.472.542.692.632.732.702.722.662.662.882.882.822.793.012.922.983.013.043.073.103.133.163.183.21PRICES.PRICESWorld Price, .60.0091.00177.00164.00152.00113.00116.00141.00174.00182.00171.00159.00154.00148.00123.9899.7699.84153.27156.42103.52118.93123.17114.65133.70206.20184.33142.92118.71107.86126.60125.21160.04155.55151.22168.21204.34340.02262.82211.31197.75206.05215.08218.14216.80217.34218.86219.06219.55Wholesale price, .Weighted average or Producer price, .Specific market or product price, .Import price, .RATIO.RATIOConsumption per capita, .69.0768.5469.0969.0069.0469.0169.1068.7367.9668.0268.0667.9867.9868.0568.1667.9567.7567.7167.6267.5867.5867.4667.43Data extracted on 09 Jul 2017 01:27 UTC (GMT) from OECD.Stat LoadingThe rate of inflation is projected to rise slowly after this year: CBO estimates that the annual increase in the price index for personal consumption expenditures will reach about 2 percent in 2015Water (use and quality)7

Finally, such a large debt would increase the risk of a fiscal crisis, during which investors would lose so much confidence in the governments ability to manage its budget that the government would be unable to borrow at affordableratesIn April 2015, The World Bank released its commodity forecast, which predicts that Gold price will fall from 1195 $/toz in 2014 to 1112 $/toz in 2015The deficits projected in CBOs current baseline are significantly larger than the ones in CBOs baseline of August 2012(As recently as the end of 2007, federal debt equaled just 36 percent of GDP.) Moreover, debt would be increasing relative to the size of the economy in the second half of thedecadeAlthough outlays are projected to decline from 22.8 percent of GDP in 2012 to 21.5 percent by 2017, they will still exceed their 40-year average of 21.0 percentAutomatic reductions in spending are scheduled to be implemented at the beginning of March; when that happens, funding for many government activities will be reduced by 5 percent ormoreDuring those years, the growth of spending will be restrained both by the strengthening economy (as spending for programs such as unemployment compensation drops) and by provisions of the Budget Control Act of 2011 (Public Law 112-25).The aging of the population, increasing health care costs, and a significant expansion of eligibility for federal subsidies for health insurance will substantially boost spending for Social Security and for major health care programs relative to the size of the economyLoading 5d8a9798ff






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