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YearQuarterGDPImplicit price deflator of GDPPer capita GDP
At current market pricesIn chained (2012) dollarsAt current market pricesIn chained (2012) dollars
HK$ millionYear-on-year % changeHK$ millionYear-on-year % changeQuarter-to-quarter % change in the seasonally adjusted GDPYear 2012=100Year-on-year % changeHK$Year-on-year % changeHK$Year-on-year % change
2011 1,934,433 8.9 2,005,999 4.8 N.A. 96.4 3.9 273,550 8.2 283,670 4.1
2012 r 2,037,064 5.3 2,037,064 1.5 N.A. 100.0 3.7 284,721 4.1 284,721 0.4
2013 r 2,125,353 4.3 2,096,796 2.9 N.A. 101.4 1.4 295,701 3.9 291,728 2.5
2013 Q3 r 547,681 4.6 532,056 3.0 0.8 102.9 1.6 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
Q4 r 580,130 4.4 561,064 2.9 0.9 103.4 1.5 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
2014 Q1 r 530,916 4.8 518,090 2.6 0.3 102.5 2.2 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
Q2 r 517,924 5.5 507,492 1.8 -0.1 102.1 3.6 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
Q3 p 576,490 5.3 546,639 2.7 1.7 105.5 2.5 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
Notes : Figures in this table are the latest data released on 14 November 2014.
 rRevised figures.
 pPreliminary figures.
 In Hong Kong, the first released GDP statistics in respect of a period are called “preliminary figures”. When more data become available, the preliminary figures will be revised. This routine revision is in accordance with the international practice to compile and release GDP figures at the earliest possible time by using only partial data. All those figures published subsequently, on revision, are called “revised figures”. The figures are finalised when data from all regular sources are incorporated.
 '0.0'denotes increase or decrease of less than 0.05%.
 N.A.Not applicable.
 The GDP for 2014 is forecast to increase by 2.2% in real terms. For more information on the forecast of GDP, please click here.
 Changes over time in the GDP at current market prices can be factored into two components, reflecting:
(a) changes in the prices of goods and services produced or purchased ; and
(b) changes in their volumes.
 Changes of chained dollar estimates of GDP reflect changes in the volume of production or consumption of goods and services from one period to another. The effect of changes in prices has been removed.
 In the seasonally adjusted GDP series, since seasonal effects have been removed statistically, figures for consecutive quarters can be compared more meaningfully. When the year-on-year changes for the quarterly figures in the original GDP series and the quarter-to-quarter changes in the seasonally adjusted GDP series are analysed together, the trend of the GDP can be more clearly discerned.
Source : National Income Section (1)1,
Census and Statistics Department
(Enquiry telephone no. : 2582 5077
 Enquiry e-mail : gdp-e@censtatd.gov.hk)



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