Gross Domestic Product 2006 - preliminary data

  • Statistical Series
  • 12. September 2007
  • Vol 92, Issue 54
  • ISSN: 1670-4665

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The preliminary annual national accounts for 2006 show a rate of growth of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of 4.2% in real terms in 2006. In the provisional data from March 2007 the growth was estimated to have been 2.6%. The upward revision is mainly explained by a higher gross fixed capital formation and government final consumption in 2006 than was estimated in March. In 2005 GDP grew at a rate of 7.1%, almost unchanged from previous figure.

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