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Middle market companies clearly generate a large proportion of economic output in most countries, and even more importantly, are vital to the functioning of a dynamic economy, like the U.
Additionally, the analysis includes information regarding which counties and Illinois Congressional districts derive the largest share of the jobs and economic output from agriculture and related industries.
Kuznets' calculations showed that economic output in the US fell by 50 per cent between 1929 and 1932, providing Roosevelt with more than enough justification to launch his New Deal series of programmes that pulled the US out of recession.
Edinburgh is ranked No2 in economic output in the UK, Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire fifth and Glasgow seventh.
Hungary's central bank has released an economic output forecast.
They helped in building our infrastructure, our institutions, our flag-ship enterprises as well as the myriad of small and medium sized enterprises which make up the bulk of our economic output.
population in 2011, but only 12 percent of economic output.
Spain's gross domestic product, its total economic output, fell by 0.
It marked the sharpest quarterly fall in Spanish economic output since the second quarter of 2009 when the eurozone's fourth biggest economy was reeling from a massive property crash.
It said the UK had the ability to become a global frontrunner in low carbon products and services, which could be adding pounds 20 billion extra in annual economic output by 2015.
That was the birth of the Industrial Revolution in the UK and when taken into account, everything to the left of that mark can bee seen as economic power through sheer size of population and to the right is the effect of mass production on a country's economic output.
Investment to expand and construct midstream infrastructure - mainline pipelines, laterals, processing plants, gathering lines, compression and storage - to bring natural gas, natural gas liquids and crude oil supplies to markets will support an average of over 125,000 jobs each year from 2012 through 2035, generate nearly $57 billion in federal, state and local tax revenue, and add more than $511 billion in total economic output, a new study finds.

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