National Accounts Statistics, of which the most important and often referred to economic indicator is the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) are compiled and published annually.
In 2007, an exercise began to move on to the adoption of the UN “System of National Accounts, 1993 “(SNA93). Historical data compiled based on this approach dates back to 2004.
The classification of economic activities is based on a customised version of the UN “International Standard Industrial Classification” (ISIC) Rev4.
At this stage, GDP is compiled using the production approach GDP (P) by economic activity only.
Definitions and key concepts, how GDP is measured and information on sources and methods can be found in the publication.
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Sources & Methods