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Gross Domestic Product

Swiss Gross Domestic Product

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the total value of all goods and services produced within the borders of a country for a given period of time. Everything produced in the country is counted without regard to the nationality of ownership of the firms producing the goods - in short, if it is produced within the country's borders, it is counted as part of the GDP.

Date Value Previous Change
Q2 2014 140,814.00 140,026.60 +0.56 %
Q1 2014 140,026.60 140,159.70 -0.09 %
Q4 2013 140,159.70 140,940.80 -0.55 %
Q3 2013 140,940.80 139,999.80 +0.67 %
Q2 2013 139,999.80 137,079.90 +2.13 %
Q1 2013 137,079.90 137,840.90 -0.55 %
Q4 2012 137,840.90 138,047.80 -0.15 %
Q3 2012 138,047.80 136,420.00 +1.19 %
Q2 2012 136,420.00 135,314.80 +0.82 %
Q1 2012 135,314.80 135,690.70 -0.28 %
Date Value Previous  
Q4 2008 -0.6 1.4  
Q3 2008 1.4 2.7  
Q2 2008 2.7 3.1  
Q1 2008 3.1 3.8  
Q4 2007 3.8 3.1  
Q3 2007 3.1 3.4  
Q2 2007 3.4 3.0  
Q1 2007 3.0 2.9  
Q4 2006 2.9 3.4  
Q3 2006 3.4 3.2  
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