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Unformatted text preview: .4 ­2.6 26.7 4.5 10.4 ­3.2 ­7.8 6.0 39.2 2007 47.5 10.5 56.0 17.3 26.2 86.7 87.8 ­1.6 26.5 2.8 8.4 ­1.0 ­5.3 3.9 41.5 2008 50.3 5.8 57.1 17.6 24.7 83.3 85.6 ­2.0 27.8 4.6 7.7 ­1.0 ­6.5 3.5 42.3 2009 47.9 ­4.8 60.9 20.0 20.6 70.6 71.0 ­7.9 35.8 1.6 11.4 1.7 ­3.2 ­0.1 – 2010 Definition Note Source 49.9 Gross domestic product (GDP) at constant 2000 prices. Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic, The Macroeonomic Indicators of Quarterly National Accounts and Value Added, Statistical Yearbook. 4.2 Percentage change in real GDP, over previous year. Derived from Eurostat 59.2 Private consumption expenditure at current market prices, as a percentage of GDP. Derived from Eurostat 19.6 Government consumption expenditure at current market prices, as a percentage of GDP. Derived from Eurostat 20.0 Gross fixed investment expenditure at current market prices, as a percentage of GDP. Derived from Eurostat 84.1 Value of exports of goods and non­factor services expenditure at current market prices, as a percentage of GDP. Derived from Eurostat 85.5 Value of imports of goods and non­factor services expenditure at current market prices, as a...
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2013 for the course INTSTUDS 405 taught by Professor Antoniomoralespita during the Winter '11 term at DePaul.

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