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GDP Growth in Asia and the Pacific, Asian Development Outlook (ADO)

 

Gross domestic product (GDP) growth rates for ADB's developing member countries. Figures and forecasts are as of ADB's Asian Development Outlook Supplement (ADOS) 2020, released in June 2020.

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GDP Growth Rate, Asian Development Outlook 2019 Update (CSV)

The table shows annual growth rates of GDP valued at constant market price, factor cost, or basic price. GDP at market price is the aggregation of value added by all resident producers at producers’ prices including taxes less subsidies on imports plus all nondeductible value-added or similar taxes. Constant factor cost measures differ from market price measures in that they exclude taxes on production and include subsidies. Basic price valuation is the factor cost plus some taxes on production, such as those on property and payroll taxes, and less some subsidies, such as those on labor-related subsidies but not product-related subsidies. Most countries use constant market price valuation. Pakistan, Fiji, and Maldives use basic prices. To 2015, Singapore calculated real GDP using annually reweighted chain volume measures of GDP reference years.

 
GDP Growth Rate, Asian Development Outlook 2019 Update (XLSX)

The table shows annual growth rates of GDP valued at constant market price, factor cost, or basic price. GDP at market price is the aggregation of value added by all resident producers at producers’ prices including taxes less subsidies on imports plus all nondeductible value-added or similar taxes. Constant factor cost measures differ from market price measures in that they exclude taxes on production and include subsidies. Basic price valuation is the factor cost plus some taxes on production, such as those on property and payroll taxes, and less some subsidies, such as those on labor-related subsidies but not product-related subsidies. Most countries use constant market price valuation. Pakistan, Fiji, and Maldives use basic prices. To 2015, Singapore calculated real GDP using annually reweighted chain volume measures of GDP reference years.

 
GDP Growth Rate, Asian Development Outlook 2019 (CSV)

This table shows annual growth rates of GDP valued at constant market prices, factor costs, or basic prices. GDP at market prices is the aggregation of value added by all resident producers at producers' prices including taxes less subsidies on imports plus all nondeductible value-added or similar taxes. Constant factor cost measures differ from market price measures in that they exclude taxes on production and include subsidies. Basic price valuation is the factor cost plus some taxes on production, such as property and payroll taxes, and less some subsidies, such as for labor but not for products. Most economies use constant market price valuation. Pakistan use constant factor costs, while Fiji and Maldives use basic prices.

 
GDP Growth Rate, Asian Development Outlook 2019 (XLSX)

This table shows annual growth rates of GDP valued at constant market prices, factor costs, or basic prices. GDP at market prices is the aggregation of value added by all resident producers at producers' prices including taxes less subsidies on imports plus all nondeductible value-added or similar taxes. Constant factor cost measures differ from market price measures in that they exclude taxes on production and include subsidies. Basic price valuation is the factor cost plus some taxes on production, such as property and payroll taxes, and less some subsidies, such as for labor but not for products. Most economies use constant market price valuation. Pakistan use constant factor costs, while Fiji and Maldives use basic prices.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Key Responses to COVID-19 by the Asia-Pacific Economies: An Update from the ADB COVID-19 Policy Database

 

ADB’s Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department launched the ADB COVID-19 Policy Database on 20 April 2020. It provides information on the key economic measures that authorities are taking to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Measures are classified according to how they work their way through the financial system, and how they affect the financial positions of different sectors of society. Some of the key findings from the database in the past two months are discussed here.*

Asian Development Outlook 2020 Chart Data: What drives innovation in Asia?

This dataset contains part 2 of the Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2020 and identifies five key drivers of innovation: education, entrepreneurship, high-quality institutions, robust financial systems, and big cities.

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ADB COVID-19 Policy Database

 

A policy database that provides information on the key economic measures that governments are taking to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Measures are classified according to how they work their way through the financial system, and how they affect the financial positions of different sectors of society. It also tracks noneconomic measures.

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COVID-19 Economic Impact Assessment Template

 

This template looks at the potential economy- and sector-specific economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak for select Asia and the Pacific economies

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Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2019 Chart Data: Challenges from rising headwinds

 

This dataset contains part 1 of the Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2019, providing the outlook on economic growth in the Asia and Pacific region and the effects of the trade conflict between the People's Republic of China and United States, as well as how exchange rates affect domestic financial conditions through financial and trade channels.

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