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Country or AreaSNA93 Table CodeSub GroupItemSNA93 Item CodeYearSeriesCurrencySNA SystemFiscal Year TypeValue 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2014100Euro1993Western calendar year179,656,022 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2013100Euro1993Western calendar year216,067,177 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2012100Euro1993Western calendar year227,867,000 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2011100Euro1993Western calendar year224,487,000 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2010100Euro1993Western calendar year261,869,000 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2009100Euro1993Western calendar year228,388,000 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2008100Euro1993Western calendar year227,012,000 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2007100Euro1993Western calendar year178,963,000 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2006100Euro1993Western calendar year146,752,000 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2005100Euro1993Western calendar year126,769,000 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2004100Euro1993Western calendar year116,305,872 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 200310Euro1968Western calendar year116,310,000 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 200210Euro1968Western calendar year102,380,000 
Andorra3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 200110Euro1968Western calendar year86,920,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20151000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July29,391,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20141000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July27,017,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20131000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July26,678,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20121000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July24,456,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20111000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July23,557,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20101000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July22,675,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2010300Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July22,608,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20091000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20,841,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2009300Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July20,552,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20081000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July19,894,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2008300Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July19,275,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20071000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July18,281,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2007300Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July17,254,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2007200Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July15,229,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20061000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July14,608,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2006300Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July13,548,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2006200Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July13,548,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20051000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July13,041,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2005300Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July12,768,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2005200Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July12,769,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20041000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July12,550,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2004300Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July12,208,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2004200Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July12,208,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20031000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July10,409,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2003300Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July10,265,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2003200Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July10,265,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20021000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July8,556,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2002300Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July8,841,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2002200Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July8,841,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20011000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July8,519,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2001300Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July8,759,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2001200Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July8,759,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 20001000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July9,166,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2000300Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July9,305,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 2000200Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July9,305,000,000 
Australia3.2Individual consumption expenditure of householdsPlus: Direct purchases abroad by residents 19991000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July7,502,000,000 
Source

National Accounts Official Country Data

Source:  United Nations Statistics Division

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1/ United Nations, 1947, Official Records of the Economic and Social Council Supplement No. 6 (E/264), chap. VIII, para. 42. New York: United Nations Publications.
2/ Different series numbers (column “Series”) are used to store different time-series versions of national accounts statistics. Series numbers with two digits (10,20) refer to data compiled following the 1968 SNA national accounts methodology, while series numbers with three digits (100, 200, etc) refer to data compiled using the 1993 SNA national accounts methodology, and series numbers with four digits (1000, 1100, etc) refer to data compiled using the 2008 SNA national accounts methodology. In addition to different methodologies, different series numbers are used when data are reported in different currencies, fiscal years, or by different sources. Furthermore, data are stored under a new series number whenever there are significant changes in compilation practices which make the time series no longer comparable.

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