Gross Domestic Product, Constant Prices
Economena Analytics, Central Administration of Statistics
At 2010 constant prices (chain-linked). Because of changing relative prices of different components of GDP, the constant price figures do not add up to the total GDP, except in both the reference year and the year immediately following it.
Constant price figures are referred to as "volume" and "real" terms figures. The constant price estimates are similar to those at current prices, but with the inflation taken out. They are expressed in the prices of a reference year.
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