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National Accounts:
National Accounts, Quarterly, Seasonally Adjusted

   
    Q1 1960    
 
 
    Q2 2020
Name Q2 2020 Q1 2020 Q2 2019 Units
GDP by Expenditure
Gross Domestic Product - Total Constant Prices (real)
654,416,029,000 782,371,957,250 790,479,119,250 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Government Final Consumption Expenditure
163,624,290,300.00000 163,978,220,250.00000 162,781,335,750.00000 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Exports of Goods and Services
163,340,762,175 226,420,564,975 225,097,205,150 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Less: Imports of Goods and Services
185,914,621,600 226,016,344,525 247,726,302,900 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Private Final Consumption Expenditure
414,016,662,750 491,806,449,750 489,592,081,500 National Currency
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
112,845,989,525.00000 141,800,258,025.00000 151,745,249,950.00000 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Current Prices (nominal)
Exports of Goods and Services
294,161,225,250 397,530,037,250 374,050,495,750 South African Rand
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
173,529,105,300.00000 217,824,098,325.00000 228,532,353,200.00000 South African Rand
less: Imports of Goods and Services
285,468,184,250 348,894,081,500 385,882,785,000 South African Rand
Gross Domestic Product - Total
1,090,415,479,000.00000 1,295,758,527,250.00000 1,260,543,591,000.00000 South African Rand
Changes in inventories and net acquisition of valuables
-32,889,557,000.00000 -28,078,578,875.00000 12,711,248,642.50000 South African Rand
Government Final Consumption Expenditure
277,793,927,000.00000 276,189,532,750.00000 269,723,709,000.00000 South African Rand
Private Final Consumption Expenditure
663,288,963,000.00000 781,187,519,500.00000 761,408,569,000.00000 South African Rand
National Accounts Deflators
Gross Domestic Product, GDP Deflator
126.30004 125.53829 120.87400 Index 2015=100
Implicit Price Deflator Total Private Consumption Expenditure Deflator
122.70834 121.66067 119.11666 Index 2015=100
   

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