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Country or AreaSNA93 Table CodeSub GroupItemSNA93 Item CodeYearSeriesCurrencySNA SystemFiscal Year TypeValue 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesAgriculture, forestry and fishingA20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year17,022,100 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesCrop and animal production, hunting and related service activities0120171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year15,390,700 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesFishing and aquaculture0320171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year1,631,400 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesManufacturing, mining and quarrying and other industrial activitiesB+C+D+E20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year148,913,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesMining and quarryingB20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year10,039,600 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesManufacturingC20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year36,560,400 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesElectricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supplyD20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year63,320,800 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesWater supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activitiesE20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year38,992,600 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesConstructionF20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year161,129,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesWholesale and retail trade, transportation and storage, accommodation and food service activitiesG+H+I20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year631,253,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesWholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcyclesG20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year257,725,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesTransportation and storageH20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year148,113,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesAccommodation and food service activitiesI20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year225,415,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesInformation and communicationJ20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year115,023,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesFinancial and insurance activitiesK20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year1,350,840,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesReal estate activitiesL20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year363,731,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesProfessional, scientific, technical, administrative and support service activitiesM+N20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year678,910,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesProfessional, scientific and technical activitiesM20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year569,322,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesAdministrative and support service activitiesN20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year109,588,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesPublic administration and defence, education, human health and social work activitiesO+P+Q20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year469,839,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesPublic administration and defence; compulsory social securityO20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year226,645,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesEducationP20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year95,667,800 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesHuman health and social work activitiesQ20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year147,526,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesOther service activitiesR+S+T20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year118,990,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesArts, entertainment and recreationR20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year42,540,400 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesOther service activitiesS20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year42,010,300 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesPrivate households with employed personsT20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year34,439,100 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesEquals: VALUE ADDED, GROSS, at basic pricesB.1g20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year4,055,647,300 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesPlus: Taxes less Subsidies on productsD.21-D.3120171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year229,042,921 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesPlus: Taxes on productsD.2120171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year251,498,190 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesLess: Subsidies on productsD.3120171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year22,455,269 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20171000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year4,284,690,221 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesAgriculture, forestry and fishingA20161000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year16,192,600 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesAgriculture, forestry and fishingA2016100Cayman Islands dollar1993Western calendar year13,373,470 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesCrop and animal production, hunting and related service activities0120161000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year14,566,400 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesCrop and animal production, hunting and related service activities012016100Cayman Islands dollar1993Western calendar year8,635,680 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesFishing and aquaculture0320161000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year1,626,200 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesFishing and aquaculture032016100Cayman Islands dollar1993Western calendar year4,737,790 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesManufacturing, mining and quarrying and other industrial activitiesB+C+D+E20161000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year145,596,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesManufacturing, mining and quarrying and other industrial activitiesB+C+D+E2016100Cayman Islands dollar1993Western calendar year158,802,914 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesMining and quarryingB20161000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year9,842,700 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesMining and quarryingB2016100Cayman Islands dollar1993Western calendar year21,608,050 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesManufacturingC20161000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year35,017,500 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesManufacturingC2016100Cayman Islands dollar1993Western calendar year29,162,996 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesElectricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supplyD20161000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year63,836,600 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesElectricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supplyD2016100Cayman Islands dollar1993Western calendar year67,298,708 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesWater supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activitiesE20161000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year36,899,100 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesWater supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activitiesE2016100Cayman Islands dollar1993Western calendar year40,733,160 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesConstructionF20161000Cayman Islands dollar2008Western calendar year152,298,000 
Cayman Islands2.4IndustriesConstructionF2016100Cayman Islands dollar1993Western calendar year110,122,670 
Source

National Accounts Official Country Data

Source:  United Nations Statistics Division

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Data are available for most of the countries or areas of the world and form a valuable source of information on their economies. The database contains data as far back as 1946, up to the year t-1, with data for most countries available from the 1970s. The database covers not only national accounts main aggregates such as gross domestic product, national income, saving, value added by industry and household and government consumption expenditure and its relationships; but also detailed statistics for institutional sectors (including the rest of the world), comprising the production account, the generation of income account, the allocation of primary income account, the secondary distribution of income account, the use of disposable income account, the capital account and the financial account, if they are compiled by countries.

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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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