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

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

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Country or AreaSNA93 Table CodeSub ItemSub GroupItemSNA93 Item CodeYearSeriesCurrencySNA systemFiscal year typeValue 
Armenia5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2010300dram1993Western calendar year1,011,200,000 
Armenia5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2009300dram1993Western calendar year877,500,000 
Armenia5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2008300dram1993Western calendar year748,200,000 
Armenia5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2007300dram1993Western calendar year232,200,000 
Armenia5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2006300dram1993Western calendar year167,500,000 
Armenia5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2005300dram1993Western calendar year3,000,000 
Armenia5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2004300dram1993Western calendar year3,000,000 
Azerbaijan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2002200Azerbaijan manat1993Western calendar year0 
Azerbaijan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2001200Azerbaijan manat1993Western calendar year0 
Azerbaijan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2000200Azerbaijan manat1993Western calendar year0 
Azerbaijan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1999200Azerbaijan manat1993Western calendar year0 
Azerbaijan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1998200Azerbaijan manat1993Western calendar year01
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2017200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year15,966,166 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2016200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year15,748,908 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2015200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year16,279,408 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2014200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year15,203,943 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2013200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year15,980,014 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2012200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year17,022,575 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2011200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year18,747,414 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2010200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year18,977,233 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2009200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year15,855,800 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2008200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year16,352,000 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2007200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year16,631,800 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2006200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year17,506,300 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2005200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year17,063,400 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2004200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year15,995,300 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2003200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year15,767,300 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2002200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year13,410,600 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2001200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year18,984,000 
Bermuda5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2000200Bermuda dollar1993Western calendar year22,115,000 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2013200ngultrum1993Western calendar year436,440,132 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2012200ngultrum1993Western calendar year390,053,714 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2011200ngultrum1993Western calendar year338,027,412 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2010200ngultrum1993Western calendar year298,000,000 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2009200ngultrum1993Western calendar year276,000,000 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2008200ngultrum1993Western calendar year268,000,000 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2007200ngultrum1993Western calendar year242,000,000 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2006200ngultrum1993Western calendar year213,000,000 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2005200ngultrum1993Western calendar year172,296,861 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2004200ngultrum1993Western calendar year144,300,000 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2003200ngultrum1993Western calendar year124,000,000 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2002200ngultrum1993Western calendar year111,000,000 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2001200ngultrum1993Western calendar year101,000,000 
Bhutan5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP2000200ngultrum1993Western calendar year96,000,000 
British Virgin Islands5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1999100US dollar1993Western calendar year6,000,000 
British Virgin Islands5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1998100US dollar1993Western calendar year5,000,000 
British Virgin Islands5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1997100US dollar1993Western calendar year4,000,000 
British Virgin Islands5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1996100US dollar1993Western calendar year4,000,000 
British Virgin Islands5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1995100US dollar1993Western calendar year4,000,000 
Bulgaria5.1Total economyIndustriesPrivate households with employed personsP1994200lev (re-denom. 1:1000)1993Western calendar year72,622,000 

Footnotes

1 - Discrepancy with equivalent item in Table 2.1 (Value added by industries at current prices (ISIC Rev. 3)).
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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