Gross Domestic Product (GDP) according to economic activity and expenditure approach, 2015

  • 03/11/2016

Kosovo Agency of Statistics (KAS) has published "Gross Domestic Product" (GDP) for 2015, according to economic activity and expenditure approach, based on ESA2010.

GDP at current prices in 2015 was 5 billion and 807 million euros. Real growth in 2015 compared to 2014 was 4.1%. GDP per capita for 2015 was 3 277 euros.

Real growth in 2015 was in the following economic activities: Supply of water 18.02%; Financial and insurance activities, 17.43%; Construction, 15.76%; Professional, scientific and technical activities, 14.59%; Supply of electricity and gas, 10.41,%; Services, 10.36%; Transport and storage, 7.22%; Information and communication, 6.57%; Processing industry, 4.84%; Health and social work activities, 4.01%; Wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles, 3.71%; Hotels and restaurants, 2.45%; Arts, entertainment and recreation, 1.73%; Education, 1.51%; Other 0.10%.

Decline was in the following activities: Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing, with (-4.1%); Public administration, defense and compulsory social security (-13.7%).

Real growth by the main components of GDP, at current expenditures for 2015, was as follows: Gross fixed capital formation of 12.1%; final consumption expenditure of households, 3.8%; Imports of goods and services, 3.6%; Net exports of goods and services, 2.5%.

Drop was noted to these activities: Final consumption expenditure of government (-6.5%); and Exports of goods (-2.6%).

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