Central Statistical Organization (CSO) prepares the National Accounts Statistics at both current prices and constant prices: The National Accounts Statistics are divided among:
- Part I: “Macro-Economic Aggregates”: This part consists of macro-economic aggregates and their relationship growth rate, implicit price and quantity deflectors. It also summarize accounts of the nation covering all principal transactions of the economy.
- Part II: “Domestic product”: This part includes statements on gross and net domestic product by kind of activity like fishery, forestry etc. and also provide their percentage distribution.
- Part III: Consumption, saving, capital formation and capital stock: This part represents the estimates of private final consumption expenditure (PFCE), domestic saving, capital formation and capital stock. The estimates of saving are presented on the basis of type of institution whereas estimates of gross and net capital formation are presented on the basis of type of assets, institutions and industry of use.
- Part IV: “Public sector transactions”: A transactions undertaken by public sector (value added, consumption, saving, capital formation) are included in this part. It also represents the economic accounts department wise separately.
- Part V: “Disaggregated statements”: It includes disaggregated tables which represents the details of gross value of output, input and value added for different sectors. It also contains capital formation by type of assets and institutions and external transaction accounts, factor incomes and property incomes earned by organized and unorganized sectors.
A note is also provided at the end of this publication referred as Notes on methodology. It informs about the change in methodology of estimates, new sources used etc.
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