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Table 5.1 Cross classification of Gross value added by industries and institutional sectors (ISIC Rev. 3)Go toSearch glossaries

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Country or AreaSNA93 Table CodeSub ItemSub GroupItemSNA93 Item CodeYearSeriesCurrencySNA systemFiscal year typeValue 
British Virgin Islands5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1999100US dollar1993Western calendar year0 
British Virgin Islands5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1998100US dollar1993Western calendar year0 
British Virgin Islands5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1997100US dollar1993Western calendar year0 
British Virgin Islands5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1996100US dollar1993Western calendar year0 
British Virgin Islands5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1995100US dollar1993Western calendar year0 
China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2009300Hong Kong dollar1993Western calendar year187,286,000,000 
China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2008300Hong Kong dollar1993Western calendar year188,244,000,000 
China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2007300Hong Kong dollar1993Western calendar year166,352,000,000 
China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2006300Hong Kong dollar1993Western calendar year162,393,000,000 
China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2005300Hong Kong dollar1993Western calendar year148,997,000,000 
China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2004300Hong Kong dollar1993Western calendar year132,418,000,000 
China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2003300Hong Kong dollar1993Western calendar year138,192,000,000 
China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2002300Hong Kong dollar1993Western calendar year146,988,000,000 
China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2001300Hong Kong dollar1993Western calendar year151,260,000,000 
China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2000300Hong Kong dollar1993Western calendar year146,127,000,000 
Iran (Islamic Republic of)5.1Non-financial corporationsIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1996100Iranian rial1993Fiscal year beginning 21 March0 
Source

National Accounts Official Country Data

Source:  United Nations Statistics Division

The Economic Statistics Branch of the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) maintains and 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.

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.

The statistics for each country or area are presented according to the uniform table headings and classifications as recommended in the United Nations System of National Accounts 1993 (1993 SNA). A summary of the 1993 SNA conceptual framework, classifications and definitions are included in the yearly publication “National Accounts Statistics, Main Aggregates and Detailed Tables”. A pdf version of the 2018 yearbook with detailed national accounts statistics of 210 countries or areas for the years 2007 to 2018 can be accessed free-of-charge from http://unstats.un.org/unsd/nationalaccount/pubsDB.asp?pType=3. Former editions of the yearbook (in pdf and print versions) are also available. Details on the publication can be found at http://unstats.un.org/unsd/nationalaccount/madt.asp. Requests for customized data downloads can be addressed to sna@un.org.


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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