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In the fourth quarter of 2018, compared with the same period of the previous year, gross value added increased by 2.9%.
Gross value added in agriculture in 2014, by regions Northeast 3.4% Skopje 9.9% Vardar 13.3% East 7.9% Southwest 3.5% Southeast 30.5% Pelagonia 20.5% Polog 11.0% Note: Table made from pie graph.
Major public investments helped the real gross value added in the construction sector to report an increase of 20.2% y-o-y in Q4, 2015 and 2.7% q-o-q.
As in other counties in Europe we would have a successful economy and high level of gross value added. We would have had a government of Wales by and for the Welsh people by the Welsh people - not the total failure and joke that is government of Wales by England, nor the joke that is the Welsh Government run by the Labour Party puppets with their strings pulled by Labour in London.
Gross value added (GVA) at current prices in the second quarter of 2013 amounted to 16 691 millionlevs.
This decrease resulted from a sharper fall in investments (-1.7%) that in gross value added (-0.4%).
The industry generated a gross value added of $7.67bn (QR28bn), which accounted for 4.5% of the country's gross domestic product in 2011.
General business services accounted for 23.2% of gross value added (GVA) in 2010 according to an annual publication by the Statistical Service.
This study estimates the returns to scale, elasticities and marginal productivities of labour and capital inputs for two digit industry groups at the aggregate and subsector levels, besides, analyzing the growth rate of employment, enterprises, fixed capital, gross value added and partial productivities of labour and capital and capital intensity.
In order to study the contribution of aggregated offer to the increase of GIP we are going to start from GIP that represents the final result of the production activities of resident productive units, calculated owing to the production method with the relation: GIP = GVA + PT + CT--PS, where: GIP = gross internal product (market prices); GVA = gross value added (basic prices); PT = products taxes; CT = customs taxes (taxes upon imports); PS = products subsidies (The National Statistics Institute, Statistics Year Book, 2008).