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Old Posted Mar 7, 2014, 2:42 PM
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Ok, here is the map showing cumulative GDP growth rates (inflation deflated) in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012. For the UK this is the cumulative GDP growth rates of the entire country, since we don't have regional figures for 2012 yet.

The regions in green had reached and passed their pre-crisis peak by 2012. The white regions were not far from their pre-crisis peak in 2012. The red regions were still quite some way from their pre-crisis peak, and the black regions were beyond despair.

10 fastest growing regions from 2008 to 2012:
- French Guiana: +17.8% (i.e. in 2012 the French Guianese economy produced 17.8% more goods and services than in 2007, after deflating inflation)
- Corsica: +10.9%
- City-State of Berlin: +9.4%
- Bavaria: +6.3%
- Paris Region (Île-de-France): +6.0%
- Lower Saxony: +5.7%
- City-State of Hamburg: +5.1%
- Brandenburg: +5.0%
- Schleswig-Holstein: +4.9%
- Rhineland-Palatinate: +4.5%


10 fastest declining regions from 2008 to 2012:
- Valencian Community: -8.6%
- Limousin : -8.6%
- Apulia: -9.3%
- Calabria: -9.8%
- Marche: -10.0%
- Umbria: -10.6%
- Basilicata: -10.8%
- Campania: -11.0%
- Sicily: -11.2%
- Molise: -14.3%


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