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Table 2.2 Value added by industries at constant prices (ISIC Rev. 3)Go toSearch glossaries

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Country or AreaSNA93 Table CodeSub GroupItemSNA93 Item CodeFiscal YearSeriesCurrencySNA SystemFiscal Year TypeBase YearValue 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2015100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002495,162,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2014100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002507,395,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2013100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002496,690,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2012100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002466,481,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2011100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002420,519,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2010100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002386,930,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2009100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002374,801,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2008100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002319,728,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2007100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002342,441,000,0001
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2006100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002269,127,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2005100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002246,541,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2004100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002224,329,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2003100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002219,195,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g200320new afghanis1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002211,518,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2002100Afghanis1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002202,530,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g200220new afghanis1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March2002182,862,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g199010afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978114,800,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g198910afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978118,500,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g198810afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978127,500,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g198710afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978139,000,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g198610afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978154,900,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g198510afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978150,400,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g198410afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978150,000,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g198310afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978147,300,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g198210afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978140,400,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g198110afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978137,600,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g198010afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978134,700,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g197910afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978139,900,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g197810afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978143,600,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g197710afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978133,700,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g197610afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978140,800,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g197510afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978133,500,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g197410afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978125,700,000,000 
Afghanistan2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g197310afghani1968Fiscal year beginning 21 March1978119,200,000,000 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20131000lek2008Western calendar year-11,354,086,807,0132
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20121000lek2008Western calendar year-11,321,741,473,7923
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2012200lek1993Western calendar year-11,321,741,473,7922
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20111000lek2008Western calendar year-11,271,198,937,729 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2011200lek1993Western calendar year-11,271,198,937,729 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2011100lek1993Western calendar year-11,260,147,547,906 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20101000lek2008Western calendar year-11,186,341,001,054 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2010200lek1993Western calendar year-11,186,341,001,054 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2010100lek1993Western calendar year-11,191,380,524,754 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20091000lek2008Western calendar year-11,116,924,811,834 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2009200lek1993Western calendar year-11,116,924,811,834 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2009100lek1993Western calendar year-11,125,376,398,137 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2008100lek1993Western calendar year-11,040,596,592,101 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2007100lek1993Western calendar year-1934,306,019,656 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2006100lek1993Western calendar year-1859,048,400,000 
Albania2.2IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2005100lek1993Western calendar year-1794,276,200,000 

Footnotes

1 - Discrepancy between components and total as one or more components have not been revised.
2 - All data for GDP and its components refer to preliminary data for this year.
3 - Data for this year refers to semi-final data.
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.
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