This table presents economic growth data (percentage volume changes of gross domestic product) and the contributions to economic growth by expenditure components.
Gross domestic product can be calculated as the sum of final consumptions, gross capital formation and net exports. This expenditure approach allows to estimate the contribution of the various components of final expenditure to the volume change of GDP. For estimating the contribution, final expenditure components have to be adjusted for the incorporated imports. The adjusted final expenditure components sum up to GDP and are the bases of the calculation of the contribution of GDP growth. The attribution of imports to final expenditure components is performed using input-output analysis.
Contributions of final expenditure to GDP are provided in percentage points of GDP growth.
Data available from 2016.
Status of the figures:
Data of 2016 and 2017 are final. Data of 2018 are provisional.
Changes as of June 24th 2019:
Data of 2018 have been added to this table.
When will new figures be published?
Provisional data are published 6 months after the end of the reporting year. Final data are released 18 months after the end of the reporting year.
|Periods||Gross domestic product, volume growth (%)||National final expenditureFinal consumption expenditureTotal (percentage points)||National final expenditureFinal consumption expenditureHouseholds (percentage points)||National final expenditureFinal consumption expenditureGeneral government (percentage points)||National final expenditureGross capital formation (percentage points)||Exports of goods and servicesTotal (percentage points)||Exports of goods and servicesExports of goods from domestic prod. (percentage points)||Exports of goods and servicesRe-exports (percentage points)||Exports of goods and servicesServices (percentage points)|