GDP growth in EU reached the record low of -4.5% in 2009 followed by the rapid jump to 2.1% next year. In 2012 there was a drop below zero, but WB and UN show that GDP growth had stabilized by 2015.
All graphs predict GDP growth to remain stable at the level of about 1.5%-1.8% in the near future.
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