Guernsey's Gross Domestic Product
National Accounting is the method used by governments to determine the overall wealth of the nation. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the value of Island output (wages plus profits and other local income) and can be viewed as the total of consumer and States spending plus business investment.
The first release of GDP for 2011 is available in the Economic Outlook Q2 2012 below.
Document downloadsGuernsey Economic Overview Quarter 2 2012 The latest Economic Overview, including first estimates of GDP for 2011, published by Policy Council
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