Daily chart: Winners and losers | The Economist

AS MANY rich economies face recession this year, it is interesting to compare how output per person has changed in the world’s big economies since 2007, just before the financial crisis hit. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s forecasts, people in Britain, America, France and Japan will be less well-off in 2012 than they were in 2007. In Britain, real GDP per person will drop by more than 5% compared with its pre-crisis level. Germany and the BRIC countries are doing better. India’s real output per person is forecast to be 34% higher this year than it was in 2007; the increase in China will be over 50%.

COMME BEAUCOUP d’économies riches font face à une  cette année, il est intéressant de comparer la façon dont la production par personne a changé dans les grandes économies du monde depuis 2007, juste avant la crise financière. Selon les prévisions de l’Economist Intelligence Unit, les gens en Grande-Bretagne, l’Amérique, la France et le Japon seront moins bien lotis en 2012 qu’ils ne l’étaient en 2007. En Grande-Bretagne, le PIB réel par personne diminuera de plus de 5% par rapport à son niveau d’avant crise. L’Allemagne et les pays BRIC se portent mieux.La production réelle de l’Inde par personne est prévu à 34% de pluscette année qu’il ne l’était en 2007; l’augmentation de la Chine sera de plus de 50%.

via Daily chart: Winners and losers | The Economist.

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