Before the Liberation of Iraq and establishment of democracy, Saddam's GDP per capita in 2003 was $741. In 2010 it was $2,564. A 246% growth rate. Iraq - gdp per capita The International Monetary Fund forecasts Iraq's economy will grow 11.1% this year to about $144 billion. Iraq's economy shows signs of growth Iraqi officials and experts said the country's economy is witnessing high growth rates and called for using increased oil revenues to boost the country's economic sectors. Iraq announces five-year national development plan Iraqi auto industry shows strong signs of growth Calls for Reform to Treat the Negative Aspects of the Iraqi Economy Iraq Capable of Overcoming the Financial Crisis "The Iraqi economy entered into a phase of escalating growth," Iraqi government economic advisor Abdul Hussein al-Anbaki told Mawtani. The country's gross national product (GNP) has increased "as a result of a growth in the domestic product, particularly in the oil sector", he said, adding that oil production capacity is currently about 3.2 million barrels a day. Iraq witnesses increased economic growth rates | Mawtani SO what do you think Iraq's economy would be like under Saddam? How many terrorist attacks would have been launched from Iraq?