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National Accounts:
National Accounts, Quarterly, Seasonally Adjusted

   
    Q1 1998    
 
 
    Q3 2019
Name Q3 2019 Q2 2019 Q3 2018 Units
GDP by Expenditure
Gross Domestic Product - Total Constant Prices (real)
437,489,210,054.20996 435,628,013,400.37103 435,432,640,169.32196 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Government Final Consumption Expenditure
65,164,212,660.33331 63,925,419,737.36900 60,281,049,202.20499 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Exports of Goods and Services
111,488,065,811.29500 105,689,100,770.37300 103,999,726,607.96100 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Less: Imports of Goods and Services
91,783,786,932.70480 83,061,894,725.70380 88,533,061,450.42990 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Private Final Consumption Expenditure
262,396,002,327.34396 257,384,162,622.42902 255,835,778,956.42600 National Currency
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
105,657,598,559.89600 105,731,238,929.98601 121,378,089,966.06600 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Current Prices (nominal)
Exports of Goods and Services
348,845,000,000.00000 343,619,000,000.00000 321,089,000,000.00000 Turkish Lira
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
274,329,000,000.00000 260,527,000,000.00000 284,300,000,000.00000 Turkish Lira
less: Imports of Goods and Services
323,504,000,000.00000 313,097,000,000.00000 314,778,000,000.00000 Turkish Lira
Gross Domestic Product - Total
1,082,220,000,000.00000 1,049,990,000,000.00000 976,957,000,000.00000 Turkish Lira
Changes in inventories and net acquisition of valuables
-7,366,312,698.90036 -5,060,088,593.82915 4,718,611,923.80579 Turkish Lira
Government Final Consumption Expenditure
171,089,000,000.00000 163,134,000,000.00000 141,086,000,000.00000 Turkish Lira
Private Final Consumption Expenditure
624,424,000,000.00000 602,003,000,000.00000 541,565,000,000.00006 Turkish Lira
National Accounts Deflators
Gross Domestic Product, GDP Deflator
161.59529 157.45260 146.56658 Index 2015=100
Implicit Price Deflator Total Private Consumption Expenditure Deflator
156.87300 154.18519 139.54527 Index 2015=100
   

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