Sierra Leone - Nominal Fixed Investment (gross fixed capital formation)

Sierra Leone: Nominal Fixed Investment (gross fixed capital formation)

Mnemonic IF.ISLE
Unit NCU
Annual 31.19 %
Data 2016 4,373,373,947,200
2015 3,333,563,346,900

Series Information

Source The World Bank
Release World Development Indicators (WDI)
Frequency Annual
Start Date 12/31/1980
End Date 12/31/2016

Sierra Leone: GDP

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Investment 2017 5,081,453,361,624 2,981,303,289,940 SLL Annual
Nominal Gross Domestic Product 2017 26,606,738,376,554 24,287,825,598,165 SLL Annual
Private Consumption 2017 23,593,826,069,437 21,071,608,109,088 SLL Annual
Nominal Fixed Investment (gross fixed capital formation) 2016 4,373,373,947,200 3,333,563,346,900 NCU Annual
Real Fixed Investment (gross fixed capital formation) 2016 1,661,575,742,400 1,532,583,948,000 NCU Annual
Real Government Consumption 2016 897,804,439,400 761,355,694,400 NCU Annual
Real Investment 2016 1,703,985,517,500 1,573,718,033,200 NCU Annual
Real Private Consumption 2016 9,526,938,273,700 8,613,740,706,000 NCU Annual
Government Consumption 2015 2,194,050 1,621,290 Mil. SLL Annual
Real Gross Domestic Product 2014 156.29 146.65 Index 2005=100 Annual

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