Western Australia - Nominal Gross Regional Product

Nominal Gross Regional Product (GRP) is the total value of goods and services produced during a year, calculated by the division of Western Australia's Gross State Product into Regional Development Commission areas. Nominal GRP is in current prices, and therefore does not take into account the general increase in the price of goods and services over time (inflation).

NB: The data is based on ABS Census data, with trend line methodology used between Census years.

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Author Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Maintainer Research and Direction Setting
Theme Business Support and Regulation
Geospatial Theme People and Society
Published on 0009-02-18
Data last updated on 2018-04-17
Update Frequency yearly
Temporal coverage from 2011-01-01
Temporal coverage to 2017-12-31
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Citation Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (2018): Gross Regional Product
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