Sri Lanka Third Quarter GDP: Contribution by Sector

The following table shows percentage contribution to Sri Lanka’s real GDP by sector for the third quarter as calculated by Bloomberg News.

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                                    3Q      2Q      1Q      4Q      3Q      2Q
                                  2013    2013    2013    2012    2012    2012
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GDP                             100.0%  100.0%  100.0%  100.0%  100.0%  100.0%
Agri./Forestry/Fishing           11.1%   10.7%   12.3%    8.8%   11.2%   11.6%
Industry                         29.9%   30.2%   31.3%   32.4%   29.8%   29.3%
 Mining/Quarrying                 2.7%    2.4%    3.0%    3.6%    2.6%    2.2%
 Manufacturing                   16.5%   16.5%   17.6%   17.4%   16.8%   16.8%
 Elect./Gas/Water                 2.4%    2.8%    2.2%    2.5%    2.3%    2.6%
 Construction                     8.2%    8.5%    8.6%    9.0%    8.1%    7.7%
Services                         59.0%   59.1%   56.4%   58.8%   59.0%   59.1%
 Wholesale/Retail trade          23.8%   22.7%   21.6%   22.7%   23.9%   22.8%
 Hotels/Restaurants               0.4%    0.6%    0.6%    1.3%    0.4%    0.5%
 Transport/Communication         15.1%   14.4%   14.7%   14.4%   14.6%   14.1%
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                                    3Q      2Q      1Q      4Q      3Q      2Q
                                  2013    2013    2013    2012    2012    2012
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 Banking/Insurance/Real estate    8.6%    9.1%    8.7%    8.9%    8.7%    9.1%
 Dwelling ownership               2.3%    2.5%    2.5%    2.5%    2.5%    2.6%
 Government services              6.4%    7.3%    6.0%    6.8%    6.7%    7.5%
 Private services                 2.2%    2.5%    2.3%    2.3%    2.2%    2.5%
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