GDP is growing fastest in these countries - what it means

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India, Saudi Arabia, France and Turkey are leading the GDP Growth in 2021 Image: UNSPLASH/ Micheile

Victoria Masterson
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A chart showing GDP growth in 38 countries.
Of the 38 OECD countries, GDP growth was highest in India, Saudi Arabia and France between Q2 and Q3 2021. Image: OECD
A chart showing countries with GDP below pre-pandemic levels.
Half of the G20 economies remain below pre-pandemic levels, says the OECD. Image: OECD


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