The Economist: Which economies will grow and shrink the fastest in 2012?

Libya’s economy will grow faster than any other in 2012, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s forecasts, boosted by reconstruction following the fall of Muammar Qaddafi’s regime. The surge is a bounce-back from an even more precipitous slump while war raged. In Iraq, post-conflict chaos has delayed recovery but performance in 2012 may mark the start of something new. Mongolia is enjoying a mining boom and will benefit from investment in that sector; Angola and Niger will gain from relatively high commodity prices. To read the full discussion, click hereWhich economies will grow and shrink the fastest in 2012?

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