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Table 2.5 Value added by industries at constant prices (ISIC Rev. 4)Go toSearch glossaries

Source: National Accounts Official Country Data | United Nations Statistics Division

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Country or AreaSNA93 Table CodeSub GroupItemSNA93 Item CodeFiscal YearSeriesCurrencySNA SystemFiscal Year TypeBase YearValue 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20151000lek2008Western calendar year-11,426,419,982,2211
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20141000lek2008Western calendar year-11,374,009,145,325 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20131000lek2008Western calendar year-11,346,165,583,170 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20121000lek2008Western calendar year-11,319,056,965,691 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20111000lek2008Western calendar year-11,271,198,937,729 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20101000lek2008Western calendar year-11,186,341,001,054 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20091000lek2008Western calendar year-11,116,924,811,834 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20081000lek2008Western calendar year-11,037,943,208,789 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20071000lek2008Western calendar year-1924,952,979,661 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20061000lek2008Western calendar year-1851,629,617,952 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20051000lek2008Western calendar year-1778,421,877,101 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20041000lek2008Western calendar year-1715,113,399,704 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20031000lek2008Western calendar year-1644,246,243,739 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20021000lek2008Western calendar year-1589,010,053,058 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20011000lek2008Western calendar year-1542,764,887,199 
Albania2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20001000lek2008Western calendar year-1474,406,938,802 
Armenia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20161000dram2008Western calendar year-15,053,172,300,000 
Armenia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20151000dram2008Western calendar year-14,984,858,300,000 
Armenia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20141000dram2008Western calendar year-14,721,560,700,000 
Armenia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2014300dram1993Western calendar year-14,423,163,600,000 
Armenia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20131000dram2008Western calendar year-14,405,450,900,000 
Armenia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2013300dram1993Western calendar year-14,139,456,900,000 
Armenia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2012300dram1993Western calendar year-14,048,644,900,000 
Armenia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2011300dram1993Western calendar year-13,621,128,500,000 
Armenia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2010300dram1993Western calendar year-13,211,241,600,000 
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20151000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20141,661,739,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20141000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20131,620,355,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20141000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20141,617,016,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20131000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20121,559,662,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20131000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20131,584,578,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20131000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20141,578,784,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20121000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20111,524,674,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20121000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20121,520,944,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20121000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20131,545,929,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20121000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20141,538,634,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20111000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20101,451,120,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20111000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20111,486,071,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20111000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20121,483,675,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20111000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20131,509,107,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20111000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20141,500,084,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20101000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20101,403,888,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20101000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20111,434,226,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20101000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20121,430,354,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20101000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20131,456,207,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20101000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20141,447,479,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2010300Australian dollar1993Fiscal year beginning 1 July20091,320,057,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20091000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20101,370,540,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20091000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20111,402,813,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20091000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20121,397,902,000,0002
Australia2.5IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20091000Australian dollar2008Fiscal year beginning 1 July20131,422,361,000,0002

Footnotes

1 - Data for this year refers to semi-final data.
2 - Chain-linked volume measures are presented in this table, thus discrepancies between components and total may exist.
Source

National Accounts Official Country Data

Source:  United Nations Statistics Division

The Economic Statistics Branch of the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) maintains and annually updates the National Accounts Official Country Data database. This work is carried out in accordance with the recommendation of the Statistical Commission at its first session1 that the Statistics Division of the United Nations should publish regularly the most recent available data on national accounts for as many countries and areas as possible. The database contains detailed official national accounts statistics in national currencies as provided by the National Statistical Offices2.

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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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