Data from the European Union (EU) tells a positive economic story. Every one of the 28 nations in the EU is growing. There are an impressive mix of worries and concerns, but every EU country is expected to have positive GDP growth with the overall average hitting 1.8%. Perceptions, however are different; which has led to unrest in many of the nations. Possible changes in America’s policies are also causing cautions. Yet, while many people are worried, evidently the economies continue to grow, at least for now.
It would be interesting to add the United States of America to this table for comparison purposes. I suspect we’ve (USA) had our ups and downs.
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