The International Monetary Fund recently published their World Economic Outlook. The IMF has done a great job making their website much more interactive, and they now offer their Data Mapper that maps out their global estimates for a number of economic indicators. Below is a screenshot of the Data Mapper showing the IMF's estimates for 2008 GDP growth across the globe. Check out the Mapper here.
As shown in the map, the IMF is expecting the US to be one of the slowest growing countries in 2008. When we downloaded a full list of their 2008 YoY GDP Growth estimates, we found that the US ranks 177th out of 181 countries. Below is a chart of the ten countries with the lowest 2008 GDP growth estimates (local currency) based on the IMF's forecasts.