Gross domestic product (GDP) represents the country's income earned from production in New Zealand. It includes income from production carried out by New Zealanders and by foreign firms operating in New Zealand.
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Gross Domestic Product
This quarterly release provides a snapshot of the performance of the economy. GDP is New Zealand's official measure of economic growth.
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Time-series data is available on Infoshare. Select the following categories from the Infoshare homepage:
Subject category: Economic indicators
Group: National Accounts – SNA 2008
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Long-term data series
Long-term data series collected by the Treasury provide a general reference on demographic, social, and economic trends in New Zealand.
Supply and use tables
The supply and use tables record how supplies of different kinds of goods and services originate from domestic industries and imports, and how those supplies are allocated between various intermediate and/or final uses, including exports.
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Reports and articles
Explore information we've gathered from research and analysis.
Economy builds on strong foundations (published September 2016)
Strong housing activity and Kiwi consumer spending helped drive economic growth of 0.9 percent in the June quarter – find out more in this media release.
Greater use of sales data in quarterly gross domestic product (published 2016)
This article describes how we are making greater use of quarterly sales data in some services industries. Covers methodology changes, current price weights, and key indicators.
Quarterly gross domestic product: Sources and methods (4th edition) (published 2014)
Concepts and methods used to compile gross domestic product, includes overview of the range of data sources used.
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Information about data
Get technical information such as classifications used, survey design, and a glossary of statistical terms.
Additional information about national accounts and gross domestic product