Australia GDP 2022

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) fell 1.9% in 2022 reflecting reduced activity across NSW, Victoria and the ACT. Private demand detracted 2.4 percentage points from GDP growth, driven by a fall in household final consumption expenditure. 

GDP3.4
GDP per capita (c)3.5
Gross value added market sector (d)3.3
Real net national disposable income5.0
Productivity
GDP per hour worked-2.1
Real unit labour costs-1.2
Prices
GDP chain price index (original)-0.5
Terms of trade1.2
Current price measures
GDP4.2
Household saving ratio20.3

 

growth (%)2022
Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing1.434.3
Mining1.7-1.7
Manufacturing-1.11.2
Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services-0.2-2.0
Construction-1.1-1.0
Wholesale Trade-5.43.4
Retail Trade-3.42.6
Accommodation and Food Services-26.4-30.8
Transport, Postal and Warehousing-3.2-13.5
Information Media and Telecommunications1.35.5
Financial and Insurance Services1.34.5
Rental, Hiring and Real Estate Services-1.21.2
Professional, Scientific and Technical Services-0.91.3
Administrative and Support Services-2.1-9.5
Public Administration and Safety0.85.7
Education and Training0.41.9
Health Care and Social Assistance-2.13.7
Arts and Recreation Services-7.5-11.0
Other Services-11.8-12.6

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