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Table 2.4 Value added by industries at current 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 CodeYearSeriesCurrencySNA SystemFiscal Year TypeValue 
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20201000Dinar2008Western calendar year5,463,542,207,2101,2
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20191000Dinar2008Western calendar year5,417,724,921,0981
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20181000Dinar2008Western calendar year5,072,932,241,9231
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20171000Dinar2008Western calendar year4,760,686,350,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20161000Dinar2008Western calendar year4,528,191,884,0891
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20151000Dinar2008Western calendar year4,315,020,403,2381
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20141000Dinar2008Western calendar year4,160,548,463,4201
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20131000Dinar2008Western calendar year4,121,200,152,3681
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2013300Dinar1993Western calendar year3,618,167,195,5481,2
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20121000Dinar2008Western calendar year3,810,057,925,9261
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2012300Dinar1993Western calendar year3,348,689,221,3641
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20111000Dinar2008Western calendar year3,612,266,592,3381
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2011300Dinar1993Western calendar year3,208,620,182,0881
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20101000Dinar2008Western calendar year3,250,581,332,1301
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2010300Dinar1993Western calendar year2,881,890,985,4901
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20091000Dinar2008Western calendar year3,052,135,471,1541
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2009300Dinar1993Western calendar year2,720,083,512,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20081000Dinar2008Western calendar year2,908,444,685,3961
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2008300Dinar1993Western calendar year2,661,386,679,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20071000Dinar2008Western calendar year2,523,495,521,6981
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2007300Dinar1993Western calendar year2,276,886,273,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20061000Dinar2008Western calendar year2,181,034,628,2701
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2006300Dinar1993Western calendar year1,962,072,871,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20051000Dinar2008Western calendar year1,846,853,214,7691
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2005300Dinar1993Western calendar year1,683,483,330,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20041000Dinar2008Western calendar year1,451,450,000,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2004300Dinar1993Western calendar year1,380,711,616,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20031000Dinar2008Western calendar year1,220,160,000,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2003300Dinar1993Western calendar year1,125,839,574,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20021000Dinar2008Western calendar year1,037,900,000,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2002300Dinar1993Western calendar year972,579,700,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20011000Dinar2008Western calendar year820,842,000,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2001300Dinar1993Western calendar year762,178,000,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g20001000Dinar2008Western calendar year413,121,000,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g2000300Dinar1993Western calendar year384,225,000,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g19991000Dinar2008Western calendar year214,680,800,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g19981000Dinar2008Western calendar year183,405,100,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g19971000Dinar2008Western calendar year142,770,200,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g19961000Dinar2008Western calendar year112,494,400,0001
Serbia2.4IndustriesEquals: GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTB.1*g19951000Dinar2008Western calendar year59,295,000,0001

Footnotes

1 - Data excludes Kosovo and Metohia effective January 1999.
2 - Preliminary data based on quarterly accounts.
Source

National Accounts Official Country Data

Source:  United Nations Statistics Division

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