Derivedfromoecdeconomicoutlookstatisticssweden 11

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Unformatted text preview: 7.6 40.3 2003 20.3 2.8 56.0 19.0 24.0 54.0 54.2 ­1.3 25.4 5.6 11.2 ­0.6 ­0.8 1.1 43.4 2004 21.2 4.3 55.0 18.9 24.9 58.0 59.3 ­1.3 24.7 3.6 10.6 ­1.3 ­2.7 2.5 43.4 2005 22.1 4.5 54.2 19.0 25.5 62.1 62.5 ­1.0 24.3 2.5 10.1 ­1.3 ­1.9 1.5 51.3 2006 23.4 5.9 52.8 18.8 26.5 66.5 67.0 ­0.8 24.8 2.5 9.4 ­1.5 ­2.6 1.7 54.9 2007 25.1 6.9 52.7 17.3 27.7 69.5 71.3 0.3 22.9 3.6 7.7 ­2.3 ­4.7 3.2 – 2008 26.0 3.7 53.0 18.1 28.8 67.4 70.4 ­0.3 22.3 5.7 6.7 ­3.9 ­6.1 3.5 – 2009 23.9 ­8.1 55.4 20.3 23.9 58.1 56.8 ­5.5 31.3 0.9 9.2 ­1.0 ­1.5 ­1.2 – 2010 Definition Note 24.1 Gross domestic product (GDP) at constant 1995 market prices. 1.1 Percentage change in real GDP, over previous year. Includes statistical discrepancy. 53.7 Private consumption expenditure at current market prices, as a percentage of GDP. 19.8 Government consumption expenditure at current market prices, as a percentage of GDP. 21.8 Gross fixed investment expenditure at current market prices, as a percentage of GDP. 60.9 Value of exports of goods and non­factor serv...
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