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Experimental Estimates of Gross Regional Product

Estimates of GRP examine growth in the components of the regional economies of Queensland. The comparison of these estimates across time shows structural change. The estimates are indicative of the relative contributions of regions to the state and the relative contributions of industries to each region’s economy. The main purpose of producing GRP estimates is to account for the diversity in the structure and performance across the regions of Queensland.

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Experimental Estimates of Gross Regional Product, 2000–01, 2006–07 and 2010–2011 pdf (1,100 kB)
Experimental Estimates of Gross Regional Product, 2005–06 pdf (725 kB)

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Experimental Estimates of Gross Regional Product Publication Tables

This Excel workbook contains all data from the tables and figures within the above publication.

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Experimental Estimates of Gross Regional Product, 2000–01, 2006–07 and 2010–2011 (publication tables) xls (1,435 kB)
Experimental Estimates of Gross Regional Product, 2005–06 (publication tables) xls (120 kB)

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Last reviewed 10 March 2014