The global economy is expected to grow at a moderate pace for the next few years. The Conference Board predicts that world total GDP growth rates will hover around 2 and 3 percent over the next ten years. Throughout the rest of the year, it is expected that the output of mature economies will slow down while output is expected to marginally improve in emerging markets, such as Russia and Brazil.  The data tables provide a look at world total GDP, GDP by state and region, projected GDP, and labor productivity growth.
 The Conference Board. “Global Economic Outlook 2016” bbc.com/news/business-15198789
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