Gross Domestic Product (Base 2010). Supply

Gross Domestic Product (Base 2010). Supply Catalonia. Value at current prices (M€)
GDP Gross value added Agriculture Industry Manufacturing industry Construction Services Trade, transport and accomodation Real state, professional and other activities Public administration, education, health and social services Net taxes on products
2018 242,313 221,702 2,196 45,889 39,150 11,863 161,755 56,983 73,242 31,530 20,611
2017 234,680 215,229 2,319 45,202 38,488 11,163 156,545 55,774 69,990 30,781 19,452
2016 224,687 206,462 1,944 43,101 36,443 10,283 151,134 54,026 67,344 29,764 18,225
2015 215,726 198,388 1,850 41,670 34,768 9,492 145,377 51,061 65,314 29,002 17,337
2014 206,668 190,608 1,916 39,021 32,991 9,054 140,617 49,478 63,403 27,736 16,060
2013 202,638 187,077 1,993 37,665 31,332 9,218 138,201 49,594 61,184 27,423 15,561
2012 203,157 188,145 1,793 37,016 31,080 10,779 138,557 49,694 61,570 27,293 15,012
2011 209,716 194,483 1,837 38,548 32,627 13,918 140,179 50,173 62,431 27,576 15,234
2010 209,792 193,949 1,825 38,195 32,452 16,293 137,636 49,774 60,210 27,653 15,843
2009 208,115 195,640 1,999 36,188 30,465 21,316 136,137 48,812 60,187 27,138 12,475
2008 216,922 200,838 1,969 40,804 35,590 22,720 135,344 48,857 60,780 25,707 16,084
2007 212,391 192,733 2,048 40,546 35,984 22,305 127,835 46,750 57,699 23,386 19,658
2006 199,169 179,060 2,127 38,814 34,621 21,309 116,810 44,187 51,505 21,119 20,109
2005 183,507 165,321 2,051 37,007 33,057 18,721 107,542 41,098 47,045 19,398 18,186
2004 169,776 153,644 1,942 36,527 33,112 16,361 98,814 38,263 42,605 17,946 16,132
2003 156,600 142,402 2,081 34,626 31,597 14,746 90,949 35,629 38,760 16,560 14,198
2002 145,813 133,213 2,043 33,719 30,960 13,632 83,819 33,275 35,456 15,087 12,600
2001 137,165 125,243 2,176 33,295 30,832 12,493 77,278 30,412 32,920 13,945 11,922
2000 127,839 116,553 1,942 31,331 29,087 10,996 72,284 28,835 30,276 13,173 11,286
Source: Idescat. Annual Economic Accounts for Catalonia.
Gross Domestic Product (Base 2010). Supply Spain. Value at current prices (M€)
GDP Gross value added Agriculture Industry Manufacturing industry Construction Services Trade, transport and accomodation Real state, professional and other activities (1) Public administration, education, health and social services Net taxes on products
2018 1,208,248 1,093,017 31,625 193,691 152,718 71,083 796,618 260,940 338,762 196,916 115,231
2017 1,166,319 1,057,467 31,335 190,375 149,778 64,751 771,006 253,553 327,041 190,412 108,852
2016 1,118,743 1,014,839 30,096 178,470 140,309 59,563 746,710 241,833 317,800 187,077 103,904
2015 1,081,165 980,992 28,139 172,411 134,581 55,884 724,558 230,940 311,377 182,241 100,173
2014 1,037,820 944,470 25,260 165,854 129,683 53,128 700,228 219,775 303,236 177,217 93,350
2013 1,025,693 935,616 25,749 163,944 125,681 53,948 691,975 216,563 297,892 177,520 90,077
2012 1,039,815 953,986 24,019 165,568 126,036 63,521 700,878 222,020 302,056 176,802 85,829
2011 1,070,449 983,670 24,391 171,651 132,447 73,980 713,648 225,396 304,066 184,186 86,779
2010 1,080,935 989,883 25,253 169,978 131,436 87,526 707,126 222,546 299,469 185,111 91,052
2009 1,079,052 1,006,093 23,549 167,465 132,507 106,503 708,576 220,847 304,620 183,109 72,959
2008 1,116,225 1,025,645 25,561 183,870 148,740 113,190 703,024 224,591 304,618 173,815 90,580
2007 1,080,807 972,855 26,376 176,905 145,643 109,192 660,382 214,838 286,918 158,626 107,952
2006 1,007,974 900,092 23,748 167,380 139,623 105,326 603,638 202,055 255,699 145,884 107,882
2005 930,566 834,247 25,238 157,280 131,248 96,620 555,109 189,425 230,681 135,003 96,319
2004 861,420 776,193 26,478 147,531 124,625 85,986 516,198 181,059 210,045 125,094 85,227
2003 803,472 727,685 27,171 140,977 119,766 79,692 479,845 169,399 194,176 116,270 75,787
2002 749,288 682,380 25,891 134,460 115,162 73,631 448,398 161,277 179,685 107,436 66,908
2001 699,528 636,824 25,533 128,511 110,842 66,633 416,147 150,922 164,652 100,573 62,704
2000 646,250 586,321 24,160 121,042 104,607 59,165 381,954 139,557 148,208 94,189 59,929
Source: INE. Annual Spanish National Accounts.
(1) Data calculated by Idescat from information published by the INE, to facilitate comparability of the tables.
Note: Data for Spain were revised on 28 June 2018.

Date published: March 20, 2019. Revised series on March 29, 2019.

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Methodological note

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measures the final result of the production activity of the production units in a territory. There are three vantage points for analysing GDP: supply, demand and income.

  1. From the standpoint of supply, GDP makes it possible to evaluate the contributions made by the different productive branches to the economy as a whole (gross value added of agriculture, industry, construction and services).
  2. In order to conduct the analysis from the standpoint of the end-use of the goods and services produced (consumption, investment, external sector), GDP calculated from the demand side is used.
  3. Finally, from the income standpoint, GDP makes it possible to give a breakdown of the contribution made by the productive factors to production: compensation of wage-earners (labour), gross operating surplus (capital) and mixed income.

The variables that are included in the GDP in terms of supply are the following:

  • Agriculture (which includes agriculture, animal, forestry and fishing).
  • Industry and manufacturing industry.
  • Construction.
  • Services (detailed in three groups of branch sections: branches G, H and I of NACE 2009 revisión 2, related to Trade, transport and hostelry; sections J to M and R to U, Real estate and professionals activities and other; and sections O, P and Q Public administration, education, health and social services).
  • Gross value added
  • Net taxes on products.

The detailed results for forty-four sectors of activity are presented in the section of monographic information Economic annual Accounts of Catalonia.

The method for calculating growth in volume terms is based on a system where a year growth is linked to the structure, at current prices, from the previous year. This methodology option makes it possible to improve the calculation of variations in GDP volume, inasmuch as it avoids the problems related to the obsolescence of productive structures in a base year as it gets further away from the reference year.

Given the different calendar of availability of the magnitudes estimated by the INE and Idescat and in order to preserve a congruent time frame for the economic series, the Spanish data are updated at the same time as the Catalan data.

The annual estimates based on 2010 GDP and its supply, demand and income components are final for the 2000–2011 period and the estimates of later years are provisional, therefore they are susceptible to be revised. The estimates of 2014 and 2015 are advances taken from short-term indicators.