The Bulgarian National Statistics Institute has announced that from July to September 2011 the Bulgarian GDP has increased BY 0.3% in comparison with the previous quarter of 2011. In comparison with the same period of 2010, the growth is by 1.6%. Nevertheless, the Bulgarian economy is slowing down. In the first quarter of 2011 the growth of the GDP was 3.3%, while in the second it was 2%. According to the analysts in the beginning of 2012 the growth will slow down even more it will not enter into a recession.
In the last year the productivity of the Bulgarian economy was one of the best in Europe – exceeding 7%. Partially this was due to the lost of jobs, partially to increased production. The National Statistics Institute has announced that in the first quarter of this year the Bulgarians have increased their productivity by 5.9% on an annual basis. The highest increase was in industry, while the worst was in agriculture.

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