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National accounts statistics: analysis of main aggregates 2013

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The National Accounts Statistics: Analysis of Main Aggregates, 2013 is the forty-third issue of this publication which comprises in the form of analytical tables a summary of the principal national accounting aggregates based on official national accounts data for more than 200 countries and areas, covering 1970-2013. It also contains a section on the estimation methods used for compiling data. It is prepared by the Statistics Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations in cooperation with national statistical offices. Tables include analysis of data on gross domestic product (GDP) by different structural components. They are classified into: 1) analysis of the level of total and per capita GDP; 2) analysis of the percentage shares of GDP by type of expenditure and gross value added by kind of economic activity; 3) analysis of economic development expressed in terms of real growth of GDP and its components by type of expenditure and gross value added by kind of economic activity, and 4) analysis of price development reflected by implicit price deflators of GDP.

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Estimates of main national accounts aggregates at current prices

Table 1A and Table 1B present estimates of total and per capita gross domestic product (GDP) expressed in current US dollars. The tables are intended to facilitate international comparisons of levels of income generated in production. Aggregations of data by economic and regional groupings as well as individual country data presented alphabetically by region are shown in rows. The columns list total and per capita GDP in terms of US dollars for 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000 and 2008 through 2013.

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