Peru - Real Government Consumption





Peru: Real Government Consumption

Mnemonic G$.IPER
Unit Mil. Ch. 2007 PEN, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly 34.06 %
Data 2019 Q1 12,785
2018 Q4 19,390

Series Information

Source Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP)
Release GDP-BCRP
Frequency Quarterly
Start Date 3/31/1980
End Date 3/31/2019

Peru: GDP

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Investment Jun 2019 1,622 1,343 Mil. PEN, NSA Monthly
Real Gross Domestic Product Apr 2019 169.07 166.58 Index 2007=100, NSA Monthly
Government Consumption 2019 Q1 22,921 28,703 Mil. PEN, NSA Quarterly
Nominal Gross Domestic Product 2019 Q1 176,934 192,373 Mil. PEN, NSA Quarterly
Private Consumption 2019 Q1 116,164 116,273 Mil. PEN, NSA Quarterly
Real Government Consumption 2019 Q1 12,785 19,390 Mil. Ch. 2007 PEN, NSA Quarterly
Real Investment 2019 Q1 111,813 119,069 Mil. Ch. 2007 PEN, SAAR Quarterly
Real Private Consumption 2019 Q1 84,957 85,143 Mil. Ch. 2007 PEN, NSA Quarterly
Nominal Fixed Investment (gross fixed capital formation) 2017 141,992,000,000 138,879,000,000 NCU Annual
Real Fixed Investment (gross fixed capital formation) 2017 112,492,000,000 111,231,000,000 NCU Annual

Release Information

The National Institute of Statistics and Information (INEI) reports annual Gross Domestic Product from the point of view of income. Compensation of employees from the GDP income approach represents how income is distributed. Figures are in millions of Peruvian Nuevo Sol (Mil. PEN) and are not seasonally adjusted (NSA). 

INEI calculates GDP (income approach) using the following formula:

PBI = + R + CKF + Ipm + EE

where:

  • R  = Remuneration
  • CKF = Fixed Capital Consumption
  • Ipm = Tax on Production and Imports
  • EE = Exploitation Surplus
Remuneration of employees includes all payments by employers in return for work before any deductions (social security, pension, etc.). Fixed Capital Consumption is the value (at current costs) of fixed assets. Installations, depreciation, and equipment consumed during production are included. Taxes on production and imports includes added value by the State at market prices. Exploitation Surplus is the profits and losses (business risk) of the business from production of the economic unit. 

Data is subject to revisions. 

For more information, please visit: http://www1.inei.gob.pe/media/MenuRecursivo/metodologias/pbi02.pdf