Global Assumptions

January 2010
Brazil Tourism Report;Q1 2010, p33
Industry Profile
The article offers information on global economic forecasts as of the first quarter of 2010. It notes that the global real gross domestic product (GDP) growth is 4.4 percent with a prediction that the state aggregate growth will be 1.3 percent emerging market growth of 4.4 percent in 2010. It mentions that the revisions of the said percentage were made due to the shift from oil to gas sector outlook.


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