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Components of GDP

The components of US Gross Domestic Product (GDP) GDP is divided into four parts: Consumption, Investment, Government Purchase, and Net Export. Net export is export minus import. These four parts are various forms of spending on domestically produced goods and services. The table shows the dollar value of components of the GDP and their percentage of the total. The table provides a percentage value of total for different components, where the share of import is subtracted. [Read More]

Historical Growth and Recession

US Historical Growth and Recession

The graph shows the US quarterly data on real GDP from 1947 to 2020. Shaded vertical bars represent recession or contraction.

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International Trade

US International Trade

International Trade time series plot. This graph shows US export and import from 1929 to 2020.

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Nepal International Trade

International Trade time series plot. This graph shows export import from 2000 to 2020.

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