Japan in the Free World Economy: A Statement on National Policy by the Research and Policy Committee of the Committee for Economic Development

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

(In this appendix, as in the statement itself, Japanese money values have been converted to U.S. dollars at the current exchange rate, $1.00=360 Yen, and decimals have been rounded off to nearest full digit)


GROSS PRIVATE DOMESTIC CAPITAL FORMATION, BY COMPONENTS, 1946-1960 (Millions of Dollars, Current Prices)
TOTAL PLANT
PRIVATE AND
1. YEAR INVESTMENT RESIDENTIAL EQUIPMENT INVENTORY
1946 210 29 103 78
1947 553 61 263 229
1948 1,373 130 588 655
1949 1,478 99 802 577
1950 2,273 166 1,083 1,023
1951 3,478 199 1,694 1,585
1952 3,345 267 1,980 1,098
1953 3,709 352 2,224 1,133
1954 3,214 369 2,112 733
1955 3,810 395 2,160 1,256
1956 6,288 548 3,813 1,927
1957 6,672 620 4,704 1,348
1958 5,288 658 4,583 48
1959 9,138 767 6,029 2,342
1960 11,854 952 8,527 2,375
Source: Economic Planning Agency, 1960 White Paper on National Income

GROSS DOMESTIC CAPITAL FORMATION, 1946-1960
(Millions of Dollars, Current Prices)
2. YEAR TOTAL PRIVATE PUBLIC
1946 293 210 83
1947 959 553 406
1948 2,090 1,373 717
1949 2,307 1,478 830
1950 2,798 2,273 526
1951 4,622 3,478 1,144
1952 4,661 3,345 1,317
1953 5,495 3,709 1,786
1954 4,860 3,214 1,646
1955 5,797 3,810 1,986
1956 8,210 6,288 1,922
1957 8,918 6,672 2,246
1958 7,866 5,288 2,578
1959 12,236 9,138 3,098
1960 15,577 11,854 3,723
Source: Economic Planning Agency, 1960 White Paper on National Income

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