National Economic and Financial Accounts, Quarterly Estimates 1961-1992
|National Economic and Financial Accounts, Quarterly
Estimates presents information about Canada's National Economic and
Financial Accounts (NEFA) for the years 1961 through 1992. These accounts
portray the evolution of the Canadian economy on a quarterly basis. They record
the components of income and expenditure, saving and investment, and borrowing
and lending of each of four broad sectors of the economy: (i) persons and
unincorporated businesses, (ii) corporate and government business enterprises,
(iii) government and (iv) non-residents. Some information is also provided for
sub-sectors of the second and third sectors. The sum of the final
(non-transfer) income or the final (non-intermediate) expenditure of all
domestic sectors equals gross domestic product at market prices, the market
value of total production in Canada.
Published by Statistics Canada, 1998.
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