What percentage of UK GDP is from Northern Ireland?
It has the smallest economy of all regions within the UK, with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of €50.8b, which corresponds to 2.1% of the 2017 UK total and was significantly lower than the GDP of 55.7b in 2015 (Eurostat, 2019).
How much does England contribute to the UK GDP?
It contributes around 2% of GDP. Around two thirds of production is devoted to livestock, and one third to arable crops. Agriculture is subsidised by the European Union’s Common Agricultural Policy.
What is the GDP of northern England?
Gross domestic product of the United Kingdom in 2019, by region (in million GBP)
|Characteristic||Gross domestic product (in million GBP)|
What is the GDP of Northern Ireland?
Economy of Northern Ireland
|Trade organisations||WTO, OECD|
|GDP||£46 billion (nominal) / £40.8 billion (PPP)|
|GDP growth||-0.3% (Q2 2018)|
|GDP per capita||£24,900 (nominal) / £23,200 (PPP)|
What was the GDP of Northern Ireland in 2020?
GDP in Northern Ireland, published by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) 2. Main points In Quarter 1 (Jan to Mar) 2020, all four countries in the UK showed negative growth; Northern Ireland fell by 4.5%, England and Scotland both fell by 2.5%, and Wales fell by 2.4%.
Where does Scotland get its GDP data from?
Estimates for Scotland are taken from the second estimate of Quarter 3 published on 17 February 2021 by the Scottish Government and those for Northern Ireland from Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) initial estimate of Quarter 3 published 14 January 2021.
Where did the GDP fall in the UK?
Northern Ireland fell by 4.5%, England and Scotland both fell by 2.5%, and Wales fell by 2.4%. More information about the drivers for the changes in Scotland and Northern Ireland can be found in the accompanying dataset and the data published by the Scottish Government and Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA).
How much does Scotland and Wales contribute to the UK?
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland combined contribute about 14% of the UK’s gross value added, while England contributes about 86%.