About possessive case.
Which is correct? The American economy´s growth or The American economy growth.
Rahul: 'Growth of the American economy' would be correct. You need the article 'the' to make it correct.
More naturally and simply, say 'American economic growth'.
Roberto: as per your original question, 'The American economy's growth' is ok but doesn't sound natural. 'American economic growth' is the best choice.
There may be other options, but I would need to see a complete sentence, or sentences, to give a fuller response. I hope this helps!
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