Gross Domestic Product

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Gross Domestic Product


                          Gross domestic product
             [pound] million, 1995 prices, seasonally adjusted
         Final consumption         Gross capital           Domestic  Total
            expenditure              formation              demand  exports
            Households     General     Gross     Change in
            & NPISH [a]     gov't    fixed in-    inven-
                                   vestment [b]   tories
1994          447362       138914     113182        4836    704294  184873
1995          454934       141075     116268        4512    716789  202412
1996          471377       143501     121856        1830    738564  217600
1997          489756       141495     131260        3762    766273  236283
1998          509490       143053     144894        4229    801666  242498
1999          531989       148762     152434       -1386    831799  252113
1997   I      120182        35313      31164        1321    187980   57345
1997  II      122044        35296      32730         767    190837   58769
1997 III      123081        35533      33250         424    192288   59865
1997  IV      124449        35353      34116        1250    195168   60304
1998   I      125845        35237      35528         919    197529   60101
1998  II      127028        35745      35641        1014    199428   61039
1998 III      127816        35949      36793         878    201436   61013
1998  IV      128801        36122      36932        1418    203273   60345
1999   I      131171        36900      37718          30    205819   60291
1999  II      132452        36938      37928       -1573    205745   61865
1999 III      133290        37325      37871         -82    208404   65242
1999  IV      135076        37599      38917         239    211831   64715
2000   I      136086        37291      38600         442    212419   65873
2000  II      137478        38518      38678         784    215458   67533
2000 III      138939        38794      38663        1138    217534   68449
      Gross    Total  Residual  GDP   Adjust-  Gross
      final   imports            at   ment to  value
     expendi-                  market  basic   added
       ture                    prices prices  at basic
                                               prices
1994  889167  194551      0    694616  75775   618841
1995  919201  205221      0    713980  78482   635498
1996  956164  223961      0    732203  80538   651665
1997 1002556  244635      0    757921  84543   673378
1998 1044164  266227      0    777937  84379   693558
1999 1083912  287757   -408    795747  87087   708660
1997  245325   58288      0    187037  20855   166182
1997  249606   60936      0    188670  21097   167573
1997  252153   61542      0    190611  21333   169278
1997  255472   63869      0    191603  21258   170345
1998  257630   64649      0    192981  21178   171803
1998  260467   66178      0    194289  20995   173294
1998  262449   67263      0    195186  21052   174134
1998  263618   68137      0    195481  21154   174327
1999  266110   69807    -39    196264  21317   174947
1999  267610   69901    -78    197631  21665   175966
1999  273646   73406   -120    200120  21911   178209
1999  276546   74643   -171    201732  22194   179538
2000  278292   75445   -299    202548  22286   180262
2000  282991   78044   -345    204602  22357   182245
2000  285983   79573   -376    206034  22425   183609
     Indices of gross domestic
       product (1995 = 100)
               From             From   From
              output           expen- income
                               diture
1994            97. … 

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