Gross Domestic Product by Industry
The following standard symbols are used in Statistics Canada publications:
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|nil or zero
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Note to users and revisions
The gross domestic product (GDP) of an industry is the value added by labour and capital in transforming inputs purchased from other producers into outputs. Monthly GDP by industry is valued at 1992 prices. The estimates presented here are seasonally adjusted at annual rates.
This issue of 15-001-XIE contains revised estimates of Gross Domestic Product by industry back to January 2000.
All current and historical statistics on Gross Domestic Product (Matrix Nos. 4677-4681, as well as many other series are available to the public
from Statistics Canada's computerized data bank CANSIM
(Canadian Socio-Economic Information Management System) via terminal,
on computer printouts, or in machine readable form.
See also - Appendix III: Series identifiers for CANSIM matrices.
For further information, please visit CANSIM.
This publication was prepared under the direction of:
|H. Messinger, Director, Industry Measures and Analysis Division
|R. Evans, Chief, Monthly GDP Section
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