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Net and Gross Value Added

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The following tables show Net Value Added and Gross Value Added.

Table 1 shows Net Value Added at Factor Cost and it's constituents as well as Net National Product at Factor Cost and Net National Income at Market Prices.

Table 2 shows Net Value Added at Factor Cost and Depreciation broken down by activity as well as Gross Value Added at Factor Cost and at Basic Prices.

Table 3 shows Gross Value Added at Basic Prices broken down by activity as well as Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product and Gross National Income all at Current Market Prices.

Table 4 shows Gross Value Added at Constant Basic Prices broken down by activity as well as Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product and Gross National Income all at Constant Market Prices.

For more information on these tables see Methodology.

X-axis labelAgriculture forestry and fishingIndustry (excl. construction)ConstructionDistribution, transport, hotels and restaurantsInformation and communicationFinancial and insurance activitiesReal estate activitiesProfessional, admin and support servicesPublic admin, education and healthArts, entertainment and other services
20172.798.97.233.427.520.616.431.730.23.7

Figure 4.1 above shows the relative contributions of each sector. Just over 36% of total Gross Value Added at constant basic prices in 2017 was accounted for by Industry excluding Construction.

X-axis labelAgriculture forestry and fishingIndustry (excl. construction)ConstructionDistribution, transport, hotels and restaurantsInformation and communicationFinancial and insurance activitiesReal estate activitiesProfessional, admin and support servicesPublic admin, education and healthArts, entertainment and other services
2016-20175.17.615.21.7162.41.311.22.12.3

Figure 4.2 above shows the growth in each sector. All sectors of the economy distinguished on Table 4 showed positive growth in 2017 with the highest increases of 15.2% in Construction and 16.0% in Information and Communication. The other sectors had annual increases ranging from 1.3% to 11.2%. 

Show Table: Table 1 Net Value Added at Factor Cost and Net National Income at Market Prices

Show Table: Table 1.1 Annual Percentage Changes in the Main Constituents of Table 1

Show Table: Table 2 Net Value Added at Factor Cost and Depreciation by Sector of Origin and Gross Value Added at Basic Prices

Show Table: Table 3 Gross Value Added at Basic Prices by Sector of Origin and Gross National Income at Current Market Prices

Show Table: Table 3.1 Annual Percentage Change in the Main Constituents of Table 3

Show Table: Table 4 Gross Value Added at Constant Basic Prices by Sector of Origin and Gross National Income at Constant Market Prices (chain linked annually and referenced to year 2016)

Show Table: Table 4.1 Annual Percentage Changes in the Main Constituents of Table 4

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