The U.S. has the most inflation, and the United Kingdom has the lowest rate, according to a new report from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
The data comes from the latest annual IMF survey, which tracks the economic growth in 188 countries.
The United States and Britain had the highest inflation rate in the survey, with a rate of 3.5 percent.
The report noted that the United States is still far behind many other countries, which had an inflation rate of 4.1 percent.
Canada had the lowest inflation rate at 0.6 percent.
India had the least inflation, at 1.3 percent.
In the latest IMF survey of economic growth, the U.K. was the top economic growth country, with an annual GDP growth rate of 2.7 percent.
Germany, with 2.3 per cent, and France, with 1.6 per cent each, tied for second place.
Germany’s growth rate was the highest in the world, the IMF said, while France’s was the second-highest, and Italy’s third.
Japan came in at third, with growth of 2 percent.
Spain was fourth, with economic growth of 1.5 per cent.
India’s growth, however, was below the 1.4 percent of the IMF expected for its economic growth.
The IMF said that while India has the fastest growing economy in the developed world, it is a far cry from its potential.
“The Indian economy is lagging behind many of its peers.
This is largely due to the large fiscal deficit, high debt levels, high household debt, high trade deficits, high unemployment, and weak economic activity.
India is not well positioned to become a net exporter of goods or services in the near term,” the report said.
The U, however has the third-fastest growing economy, at 2.5.
China is the third fastest growing in the report, at 6.4 per cent annual growth rate.
“India is also the only developing country in the region with a higher debt burden than the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) projections for 2030,” the IMF added.
“For the next 10 years, it will take until 2030 before its debt level is equal to the average of the United countries.”
The United Kingdom and Germany have the largest economies, at about 10.2 and 7.2 percent annual GDP, respectively.
The OECD’s report said that, in 2030, China is projected to grow at 2 percent, with the United Arab Emirates and Italy projected to have faster growth rates than that.
It said that these two countries are not expected to be able to meet their debt obligations.
The UK, on the other hand, is projected by the IMF to grow by 2.6 percentage points, with Germany growing at 3.4 percentage points.
“Despite these projected growth trends, the United kingdom’s debt burden is expected to grow significantly faster than that of Germany’s, especially in the medium term,” said the report.