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Gross National Disposable Income

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National Disposable Income is the sum of the disposable incomes of all resident institutional units.

Gross National Disposable Income measures the income available to the nation for final consumption and gross saving.

The following tables show Gross National Disposable Income and its use at current market prices as well as the annual percentage changes in the main items and Real Gross National Disposable Income at constant prices (adjusted for terms of trade).

X-axis labelGross National Disposable IncomePersonal consumption of goods and servicesNet expenditure by local and central government on goods and servicesProvision for DepreciationNet National Savings
2010137.984.826.623.92.7
2011135.984.226.423.61.7
2012138.684.825.725.12.8
2013148.785.925.526.510.8
2014161.788.926.228.718
2015198.792.326.856.323.3
201621897.527.863.829
2017233101.629.673.128.7
2018250.910732.179.332.6
Show Table: Table 7 Gross National Disposable Income and its Use

Show Table: Table 7.1 Annual Percentage Changes in the Main Constituents of Table 7

Show Table: Table 8 Gross National Disposable Income at Constant Market Prices (chain linked annually and referenced to year 2017) Adjusted for Terms of Trade (i.e. Real Gross National Disposable Income)

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