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Document published 22/12/2016

Description:
Gross Value Added (GVA) is a measure of economic output. This note looks at the latest data and compares the economic performance of the local economy to the national average and to other major cities. It also looks at the economic performance of different industrial sectors.
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application/msword
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 15/01/2016

Description:
Gross Value Added (GVA) is a measure of economic output. This note looks at the latest data and compares the economic performance of the local economy to the national average and to other major cities. It also looks at the economic performance of different industrial sectors. There have been significant changes in the methodology used in compiling this dataset. The changes have been backdated so the figures in this report are comparable over time. However, they are not comparable to figures published in previous reports
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application/msword
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 27/01/2015

Description:
NB: the methodology used to compile GVA figures has changed and been backdated through the data series. Figures in this report may differ from previous years and care should be taken in assessing change over time. Gross Value Added (GVA) is a measure of economic output. This note looks at the latest data and compares the economic performance of the local economy to the national average and to other major cities. It also looks at the economic performance of different industrial sectors.
Format:
application/msword
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 08/01/2013

Description:
Gross Value Added (GVA) is a measure of economic output. This note looks at the latest data and compares the economic performance of the local economy to the national average and to other major cities. It also looks at the economic performance of different industrial sectors.
Format:
application/msword
Places:
City of Nottingham