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National Accounts (Industry Benchmarks): Year ended March 2013
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  20 November 2015
Key facts
  • The size of the New Zealand economy was $218 billion for the year ended March 2013.
  • The individual industry that contributed the most to GDP in 2013 was professional, scientific, and technical services, at $17 billion (7.6 percent of the total).
  • The data also shows longer-term structural changes within the New Zealand economy. For example, the increasing contribution over time of the services industries to New Zealand’s GDP, relative to the primary industries and the goods-producing industries.
  • Production and expenditure measures of current price GDP have now been fully reconciled up to 2013, providing a coherent overall picture of economic activity. This increases the quality of some of our core macro-economic statistics.

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Liz MacPherson, Government Statistician
ISSN 2324-190X
20 November 2015

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