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Table 1.3 Relations among product, income, savings, and net lending aggregatesGo toSearch glossaries

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Country or AreaSNA93 Table CodeSub GroupItemSNA93 Item CodeYearSeriesCurrencySNA SystemFiscal Year TypeValue 
Aruba1.3 GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2002100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year3,421,000,0001
Aruba1.3 Less: Final consumption expenditure / Actual final consumptionP.3/P.42002100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year2,698,000,0001
Aruba1.3 Less: Gross capital formationP.52002100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year798,000,0001
Aruba1.3 GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year3,399,000,0001
Aruba1.3 Plus: Compensation of employees - from and to the rest of the world, netD.12001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year0 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Compensation of employees - from the rest of the worldD.12001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year1,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Compensation of employees - to the rest of the worldD.12001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year1,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Property income - from and to the rest of the world, netD.42001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year-225,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Property income - from the rest of the worldD.42001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year105,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Property income - to the rest of the worldD.42001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year330,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Sum of Compensation of employees and property income - from and to the rest of the world, netD.1+D.42001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year-225,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Sum of Compensation of employees and property income - from the rest of the worldD.1+D.42001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year106,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Sum of Compensation of employees and property income - to the rest of the worldD.1+D.42001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year331,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Equals: GROSS NATIONAL INCOMEB.5*g2001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year3,174,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Current transfers - from and to the rest of the world, netD5+D61+D622001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year92,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Current transfers - from the rest of the worldD.5-D.72001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year208,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Current transfers - to the rest of the worldD.5-D.72001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year116,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Equals: GROSS NATIONAL DISPOSABLE INCOMEB.6g2001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year3,267,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Final consumption expenditure / Actual final consumptionP.3/P.42001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year2,517,000,0001
Aruba1.3 Equals: SAVING, GROSSB.8g2001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year750,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Capital transfers - from and to the rest of the world, netD.92001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year-1,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Capital transfers - from the rest of the worldD.92001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year16,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Capital transfers - to the rest of the worldD.92001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year17,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Gross capital formationP.52001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year763,000,0001
Aruba1.3 Equals: NET LENDING (+) / NET BORROWING (-) OF THE NATIONB.92001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year-15,000,000 
Aruba1.3Net values: Gross National Income / Gross National Disposable Income / Saving Gross less Consumption of fixed capitalLess: Consumption of fixed capitalK.12001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year350,000,000 
Aruba1.3Net values: Gross National Income / Gross National Disposable Income / Saving Gross less Consumption of fixed capitalEquals: NET NATIONAL INCOMEB.5*n2001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year2,823,000,000 
Aruba1.3Net values: Gross National Income / Gross National Disposable Income / Saving Gross less Consumption of fixed capitalEquals: NET NATIONAL DISPOSABLE INCOMEB.6n2001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year2,916,000,000 
Aruba1.3Net values: Gross National Income / Gross National Disposable Income / Saving Gross less Consumption of fixed capitalEquals: SAVING, NETB.8n2001100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year399,000,000 
Aruba1.3 GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year3,327,000,0001
Aruba1.3 Plus: Compensation of employees - from and to the rest of the world, netD.12000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year-1,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Compensation of employees - to the rest of the worldD.12000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year1,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Property income - from and to the rest of the world, netD.42000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year-157,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Property income - from the rest of the worldD.42000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year112,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Property income - to the rest of the worldD.42000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year269,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Sum of Compensation of employees and property income - from and to the rest of the world, netD.1+D.42000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year-157,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Sum of Compensation of employees and property income - from the rest of the worldD.1+D.42000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year112,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Sum of Compensation of employees and property income - to the rest of the worldD.1+D.42000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year269,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Equals: GROSS NATIONAL INCOMEB.5*g2000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year3,170,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Current transfers - from and to the rest of the world, netD5+D61+D622000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year-58,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Current transfers - from the rest of the worldD.5-D.72000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year64,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Current transfers - to the rest of the worldD.5-D.72000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year122,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Equals: GROSS NATIONAL DISPOSABLE INCOMEB.6g2000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year3,112,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Final consumption expenditure / Actual final consumptionP.3/P.42000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year2,396,000,0001
Aruba1.3 Equals: SAVING, GROSSB.8g2000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year716,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Capital transfers - from and to the rest of the world, netD.92000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year16,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Plus: Capital transfers - from the rest of the worldD.92000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year27,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Capital transfers - to the rest of the worldD.92000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year11,000,000 
Aruba1.3 Less: Gross capital formationP.52000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year818,000,0001
Aruba1.3 Equals: NET LENDING (+) / NET BORROWING (-) OF THE NATIONB.92000100Aruban florin1993Western calendar year-86,000,000 

Footnotes

1 - Discrepancy with equivalent item in Table 1.1 (Gross domestic product by expenditures at current prices) since data have not been revised.
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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.
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