Macau with 15% and Angola with 13.2%, are the two countries in the world with the highest GDP real growth rate. Qatar, China, Peru, Panama and Kuwait are some of the countries belonging to the second group as per this map with a GDP real growth rate ranging between 8.01% - 12%. 4.01% - 8% is the range of the third group comprising of countries like United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan, India, Russia, Maldives, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia. Cyprus, Costa Rica, Thailand, Australia, Mexico, Belgium and United States are the countries belonging to the fourth group with 0% - 4% of GDP real growth rate.
Japan, Italy, Hungary, North Korea, Latvia and Zimbabwe are some the countries in the world having a negative GDP real growth rate. At -12.6% of GDP real growth rate, Zimbabwe is the lowest country in world in terms of actual GDP growth rate.