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Unformatted text preview: 8 7.6 56.0 18.3 31.6 69.2 76.7 1.7 5.6 1.3 10.0 ­1.6 ­11.3 9.3 70.8 2004 129,003.6 7.2 56.3 17.6 30.9 73.1 80.1 1.6 5.0 3.0 9.7 ­1.9 ­11.4 8.0 83.2 2005 141,170.1 9.4 55.5 17.2 32.1 77.7 84.2 1.6 4.6 4.1 7.9 ­1.9 ­10.0 21.2 80.9 2006 156,080.0 10.6 55.4 16.2 36.0 72.7 82.9 2.4 4.4 4.4 5.9 ­2.9 ­15.4 10.6 99.8 2007 166,880.3 6.9 54.7 16.7 34.5 67.6 78.1 2.5 3.7 6.6 4.7 ­3.7 ­17.2 12.6 111.4 2008 158,429.7 ­5.1 55.2 19.5 28.6 71.5 75.6 ­2.9 4.6 10.4 5.5 ­3.1 ­9.9 7.4 113.8 2009 136,409.0 ­13.9 51.9 22.0 21.6 64.7 58.6 ­1.7 7.1 ­0.1 13.8 ­0.8 4.6 9.1 129.6 2010 Definition Note Source 138,455.8 Gross domestic product (GDP) at constant 2000 market prices. Line 99b.p in IFS. Data for 1987­1990 based on World Bank data. EIU calculations for 1991­1992 based on data from IMF Staff Report, May 1995. Statistical Office of Estonia from 1993. Real GDP may not equal the sum of its components ow Statistical Office of Estonia; EIU calculation 1.5 Percentage change in real GDP, over previous year. Statistical Office of Estonia; EIU calculation 49.6 Private consumption expenditure at current market prices, as a percentage of GDP. Due to statistical discrepancies, the sum of the componen...
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