|Unit||Mil. FY 2016 BDT|
|Government Consumption||2022||2,253,938||2,076,719||Mil. BDT||Annual|
|Real Investment||2022||10,074,859||9,159,297||Mil. FY 2016 BDT||Annual|
|Nominal Fixed Investment (gross fixed capital formation)||2017||6,028,302,000,000||5,138,386,000,000||NCU||Annual|
|Real Fixed Investment (gross fixed capital formation)||2017||3,116,884,000,000||2,829,704,000,000||NCU||Annual|
For Bangladesh, extracts of the annual national accounts: GDP by expenditure category (GDP(E)), gross national income (GNI) and net national income (NNI), gross value added by industry (GDP(O)). GDP, GNI, and NNI are reported as total volumes as well as per capita figures. Values may be reported in current prices, constant prices, or both. Population and per capita figures, growth rates, deflator, BDT-USD exchange rate (FX).
GDP is a fair indicator to gauge the health of an economy. The time series data helps in making a comparative evaluation on how an economy has been performing over a period of time. The other indicators such as per capita GDP, GNI and NNI also help in understanding an economy with deeper insight.
The Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) produces and disseminates the data on an annual basis. The estimates provided are based on the concepts and classifications of the "1993 System of National Accounts." GDP by expenditure category is calculated as the sum of the final use of goods and services through final consumption, capital formation and exports less imports.
GDP by sector data is based on data derived from a variety of sources such as annual or periodic censuses and surveys and administrative records. Ad hoc surveys or special studies are also used for benchmark estimates or for deriving parameters for indirect estimation.