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National Accounts:
National Accounts, Quarterly, Seasonally Adjusted

   
    Q1 1980    
 
 
    Q3 2020
Name Q3 2020 Q2 2020 Q3 2019 Units
GDP by Expenditure
Gross Domestic Product - Total Constant Prices (real)
179,833,326,080.00000 167,808,154,737.00000 182,961,180,440.00000 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Government Final Consumption Expenditure
20,143,194,460.00000 20,106,629,201.00000 19,805,884,765.00000 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Exports of Goods and Services
110,298,121,526.00000 107,165,080,573.00000 120,058,090,164.00000 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Less: Imports of Goods and Services
86,015,597,049.00000 81,272,277,307.00000 93,450,970,313.00000 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Private Final Consumption Expenditure
91,928,976,265.00000 82,189,102,260.00000 92,777,321,400.00000 National Currency
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
45,555,106,990.00000 42,399,178,604.00000 45,741,709,932.00000 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Current Prices (nominal)
Exports of Goods and Services
113,729,047,947.00000 108,267,374,288.00000 125,605,783,813.00000 Swiss Francs
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
45,608,654,257.00000 42,401,957,636.00000 45,790,558,785.00000 Swiss Francs
less: Imports of Goods and Services
96,972,231,519.00000 89,953,459,401.00000 102,814,208,775.00000 Swiss Francs
Gross Domestic Product - Total
177,702,489,914.00000 166,439,656,397.00000 182,015,170,141.00000 Swiss Francs
Changes in inventories and net acquisition of valuables
1,620,615,290.00000 1,734,774,964.00000 -1,611,555,921.00000 Swiss Francs
Government Final Consumption Expenditure
20,794,818,024.00000 20,736,553,792.00000 20,342,294,423.00000 Swiss Francs
Private Final Consumption Expenditure
92,921,585,915.00000 83,252,455,118.00000 94,702,297,816.00000 Swiss Francs
National Accounts Deflators
Gross Domestic Product, GDP Deflator
98.81510 99.18449 99.48294 Index 2015=100
Implicit Price Deflator Total Private Consumption Expenditure Deflator
101.07976 101.29379 102.07484 Index 2015=100
   

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