Presentation on theme: "The Israeli Economy International Perspective January 2013 Ministry of Finance A comparison of recent economic developments in Israel and the developed."— Presentation transcript:
The Israeli Economy International Perspective January 2013 Ministry of Finance A comparison of recent economic developments in Israel and the developed world, 2009- 2012. * Based on the available data. In the absence of data for the Euro Area, OECD data are presented.
2 GDP Growth Rate 2009-2012 The cumulative GDP growth rate, in real terms. Source: OECD.
3 GDP Per Capita Growth Rate 2009-2012 The cumulative GDP per capita growth rate, in real terms. Source: IMF, calculated by the MoF Economics and Research Department.
Investments’ Growth Rate 2009-2012 The cumulative fixed capital formation growth rate, in real terms. Source: OECD. 4
5 Changes in the Debt to GDP Ratio 2009-2012 Percentage points change in the debt to GDP ratio. Source: OECD.
CountryCurrent RatingRating Change Austria 1AA+ Belgium 1AA France 1AA+ Germany 0AAA= Greece 12CC Ireland 4BBB+ Israel +A+A+ Italy 3BBB+ Japan 1A The Netherlands -1AAA Portugal 5BB Spain 5BBB+ Sweden 0AAA= United Kingdom -1AAA United States 1AA+ S&P Credit Rating Israel and select OECD countries 2010-2012 6 An arrow represents upgrading (green) or downgrading (red) by one notch. The numbers listed next to the country names represent the difference in notches An orange arrow represents a negative outlook. Source: S&P
The Israeli Labor Force International Comparison * Based on the available data. In the absence of data for the Euro Area, data are presented the OECD.
8 Change in the number of employees 2009-2012 The rate of change in the number of employees, ages 15+ Source: OECD
9 The Unemployment Rate 2008-2012 *Last available data for 2012. Source: Eurostat, OECD, CBS Euro AreaIsrael
10 Changes in The Unemployment Rate 2009-2012 Percentage points changes in the unemployment rate, ages 15+ Source: OECD
11 Inequality in Israel 2007-2011 Gini index for income inequality. Source: The Israeli National Insurance Institute.
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