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Greek Gross Domestic Product down 0.2 pct in 2016, according to revised data

Greek Gross Domestic Product down 0.2 pct in 2016, according to revised data

According to the revised data the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the year 2016 in volume terms decreased by 0.2 pct in comparison with the year 2015, against a change of 0.0 pct that was announced for the first estimate in March 2017.

The final consumption expenditure of the year 2016 in volume terms decreased by 0.3 pct in comparison with the year 2015, against an increase of 0.6 pct that was announced for the first estimate in March 2017.

The imports of goods and services of the year 2016 in volume terms increased by 0.3 pct in comparison with the year 2015, against a decrease of 0.4 pct that was announced for the first estimate in March 2017.

The exports of goods and services of the year 2016 in volume terms decreased by 1.8 pct in comparison with the year 2015, against a decrease of 2.0 pct that was announced for the first estimate in March 2017.

According to the revised data the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the year 2016 at current prices decreased by 1.2 pct in comparison with the year 2015, against an increase of 0.1 pct that was announced for the first estimate in March 2017.

The final consumption expenditure of the year 2016 at current prices decreased by 1.2 pct in comparison with the year 2015, against an increase of 0.3% that was announced for the first estimate in March 2017.

The imports of goods and services of the year 2016 at current prices decreased by 2.7 pct in comparison with the year 2015, against a decrease of 2.9 pct that was announced for the first estimate in March 2017.

The exports of goods and services of the year 2016 at current prices decreased by 5.1 pct in comparison with the year 2015, against a decrease of 5.4 pct that was announced for the first estimate in March 2017.

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