Brazil SNA 1993: Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo

Brazil (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Intermediate Consumption

2002 - 2009 | Yearly | BRL mn | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Intermediate Consumption data was reported at 13,959.381 BRL mn in Dec 2009. This records a decrease from the previous number of 15,590.676 BRL mn for Dec 2008. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Intermediate Consumption data is updated yearly, averaging 10,828.975 BRL mn from Dec 2002 to 2009, with 8 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 15,590.676 BRL mn in 2008 and a record low of 6,599.329 BRL mn in 2002. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Intermediate Consumption data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s National Accounts – Table BR.AG049: SNA 1993: Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo. The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics has adopted for Regional Accounts 2010, parameters of the System of Quarterly National Accounts to replace the System of National Accounts, whose baseline is under review at this time. Thus, the estimates recently released present more limited level of detail, linked to the availability of the System of Quarterly National Accounts, and are therefore preliminary. In 2014, when the release of the new series in 2010 as reference base, these results will be restated permanently, integrated, too, the new series of the System of National Accounts of Brazil.

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15,590.676

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View Brazil's (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Intermediate Consumption from 2002 to 2009 in the chart:

Brazil (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Production

2002 - 2009 | Yearly | BRL mn | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Production data was reported at 26,193.077 BRL mn in Dec 2009. This records an increase from the previous number of 25,037.661 BRL mn for Dec 2008. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Production data is updated yearly, averaging 21,988.811 BRL mn from Dec 2002 to 2009, with 8 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 26,193.077 BRL mn in 2009 and a record low of 16,574.710 BRL mn in 2002. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Production data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s National Accounts – Table BR.AG049: SNA 1993: Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo. The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics has adopted for Regional Accounts 2010, parameters of the System of Quarterly National Accounts to replace the System of National Accounts, whose baseline is under review at this time. Thus, the estimates recently released present more limited level of detail, linked to the availability of the System of Quarterly National Accounts, and are therefore preliminary. In 2014, when the release of the new series in 2010 as reference base, these results will be restated permanently, integrated, too, the new series of the System of National Accounts of Brazil.

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View Brazil's (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Production from 2002 to 2009 in the chart:

Brazil (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Production minus Intermediate Consumption

2002 - 2009 | Yearly | BRL mn | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Production minus Intermediate Consumption data was reported at 12,233.696 BRL mn in Dec 2009. This records an increase from the previous number of 9,446.985 BRL mn for Dec 2008. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Production minus Intermediate Consumption data is updated yearly, averaging 10,160.148 BRL mn from Dec 2002 to 2009, with 8 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 12,908.172 BRL mn in 2006 and a record low of 9,411.500 BRL mn in 2005. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Production minus Intermediate Consumption data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s National Accounts – Table BR.AG049: SNA 1993: Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo. The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics has adopted for Regional Accounts 2010, parameters of the System of Quarterly National Accounts to replace the System of National Accounts, whose baseline is under review at this time. Thus, the estimates recently released present more limited level of detail, linked to the availability of the System of Quarterly National Accounts, and are therefore preliminary. In 2014, when the release of the new series in 2010 as reference base, these results will be restated permanently, integrated, too, the new series of the System of National Accounts of Brazil.

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9,446.985

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9,446.985

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Updated on 19 Nov 2015

View Brazil's (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Production minus Intermediate Consumption from 2002 to 2009 in the chart:

Brazil (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Intermediate Consumption

2002 - 2009 | Yearly | BRL mn | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Intermediate Consumption data was reported at 6,564.844 BRL mn in Dec 2009. This records a decrease from the previous number of 7,184.653 BRL mn for Dec 2008. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Intermediate Consumption data is updated yearly, averaging 5,028.951 BRL mn from Dec 2002 to 2009, with 8 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 7,184.653 BRL mn in 2008 and a record low of 3,134.025 BRL mn in 2002. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Intermediate Consumption data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s National Accounts – Table BR.AG049: SNA 1993: Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo. The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics has adopted for Regional Accounts 2010, parameters of the System of Quarterly National Accounts to replace the System of National Accounts, whose baseline is under review at this time. Thus, the estimates recently released present more limited level of detail, linked to the availability of the System of Quarterly National Accounts, and are therefore preliminary. In 2014, when the release of the new series in 2010 as reference base, these results will be restated permanently, integrated, too, the new series of the System of National Accounts of Brazil.

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7,184.653

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2002 - 2009

Updated on 19 Nov 2015

View Brazil's (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Intermediate Consumption from 2002 to 2009 in the chart:

Brazil (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Production

2002 - 2009 | Yearly | BRL mn | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Production data was reported at 9,095.344 BRL mn in Dec 2009. This records a decrease from the previous number of 9,710.070 BRL mn for Dec 2008. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Production data is updated yearly, averaging 6,829.948 BRL mn from Dec 2002 to 2009, with 8 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 9,710.070 BRL mn in 2008 and a record low of 4,571.768 BRL mn in 2002. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Production data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s National Accounts – Table BR.AG049: SNA 1993: Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo. The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics has adopted for Regional Accounts 2010, parameters of the System of Quarterly National Accounts to replace the System of National Accounts, whose baseline is under review at this time. Thus, the estimates recently released present more limited level of detail, linked to the availability of the System of Quarterly National Accounts, and are therefore preliminary. In 2014, when the release of the new series in 2010 as reference base, these results will be restated permanently, integrated, too, the new series of the System of National Accounts of Brazil.

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9,710.070

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2002 - 2009

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View Brazil's (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Production from 2002 to 2009 in the chart:

Brazil (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Production minus Intermediate Consumption

2002 - 2009 | Yearly | BRL mn | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Production minus Intermediate Consumption data was reported at 2,530.500 BRL mn in Dec 2009. This records an increase from the previous number of 2,525.417 BRL mn for Dec 2008. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Production minus Intermediate Consumption data is updated yearly, averaging 1,891.984 BRL mn from Dec 2002 to 2009, with 8 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 2,530.500 BRL mn in 2009 and a record low of 1,437.743 BRL mn in 2002. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Production minus Intermediate Consumption data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s National Accounts – Table BR.AG049: SNA 1993: Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo. The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics has adopted for Regional Accounts 2010, parameters of the System of Quarterly National Accounts to replace the System of National Accounts, whose baseline is under review at this time. Thus, the estimates recently released present more limited level of detail, linked to the availability of the System of Quarterly National Accounts, and are therefore preliminary. In 2014, when the release of the new series in 2010 as reference base, these results will be restated permanently, integrated, too, the new series of the System of National Accounts of Brazil.

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Brazil (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Construction: Intermediate Consumption

2002 - 2009 | Yearly | BRL mn | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Construction: Intermediate Consumption data was reported at 38,925.836 BRL mn in Dec 2009. This records an increase from the previous number of 33,553.808 BRL mn for Dec 2008. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Construction: Intermediate Consumption data is updated yearly, averaging 24,302.076 BRL mn from Dec 2002 to 2009, with 8 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 38,925.836 BRL mn in 2009 and a record low of 21,471.530 BRL mn in 2003. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Construction: Intermediate Consumption data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s National Accounts – Table BR.AG049: SNA 1993: Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo. The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics has adopted for Regional Accounts 2010, parameters of the System of Quarterly National Accounts to replace the System of National Accounts, whose baseline is under review at this time. Thus, the estimates recently released present more limited level of detail, linked to the availability of the System of Quarterly National Accounts, and are therefore preliminary. In 2014, when the release of the new series in 2010 as reference base, these results will be restated permanently, integrated, too, the new series of the System of National Accounts of Brazil.

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2002 - 2009

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Brazil (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Construction: Production

2002 - 2009 | Yearly | BRL mn | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Construction: Production data was reported at 78,589.252 BRL mn in Dec 2009. This records an increase from the previous number of 68,515.077 BRL mn for Dec 2008. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Construction: Production data is updated yearly, averaging 49,259.595 BRL mn from Dec 2002 to 2009, with 8 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 78,589.252 BRL mn in 2009 and a record low of 42,673.303 BRL mn in 2003. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Construction: Production data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s National Accounts – Table BR.AG049: SNA 1993: Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo. The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics has adopted for Regional Accounts 2010, parameters of the System of Quarterly National Accounts to replace the System of National Accounts, whose baseline is under review at this time. Thus, the estimates recently released present more limited level of detail, linked to the availability of the System of Quarterly National Accounts, and are therefore preliminary. In 2014, when the release of the new series in 2010 as reference base, these results will be restated permanently, integrated, too, the new series of the System of National Accounts of Brazil.

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68,515.077

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2002 - 2009

Updated on 19 Nov 2015

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Brazil (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Electricity, Water, Sewage & Sanitation: Intermediate Consumption

2002 - 2009 | Yearly | BRL mn | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Electricity, Water, Sewage & Sanitation: Intermediate Consumption data was reported at 24,551.786 BRL mn in Dec 2009. This records an increase from the previous number of 23,626.436 BRL mn for Dec 2008. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Electricity, Water, Sewage & Sanitation: Intermediate Consumption data is updated yearly, averaging 17,219.706 BRL mn from Dec 2002 to 2009, with 8 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 24,551.786 BRL mn in 2009 and a record low of 13,505.356 BRL mn in 2002. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Electricity, Water, Sewage & Sanitation: Intermediate Consumption data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s National Accounts – Table BR.AG049: SNA 1993: Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo. The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics has adopted for Regional Accounts 2010, parameters of the System of Quarterly National Accounts to replace the System of National Accounts, whose baseline is under review at this time. Thus, the estimates recently released present more limited level of detail, linked to the availability of the System of Quarterly National Accounts, and are therefore preliminary. In 2014, when the release of the new series in 2010 as reference base, these results will be restated permanently, integrated, too, the new series of the System of National Accounts of Brazil.

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23,626.436

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2002 - 2009

Updated on 19 Nov 2015

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Brazil (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Electricity, Water, Sewage & Sanitation: Production

2002 - 2009 | Yearly | BRL mn | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Electricity, Water, Sewage & Sanitation: Production data was reported at 48,544.325 BRL mn in Dec 2009. This records an increase from the previous number of 44,358.839 BRL mn for Dec 2008. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Electricity, Water, Sewage & Sanitation: Production data is updated yearly, averaging 39,185.239 BRL mn from Dec 2002 to 2009, with 8 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 48,544.325 BRL mn in 2009 and a record low of 27,280.118 BRL mn in 2002. Brazil’s (DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Electricity, Water, Sewage & Sanitation: Production data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s National Accounts – Table BR.AG049: SNA 1993: Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo. The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics has adopted for Regional Accounts 2010, parameters of the System of Quarterly National Accounts to replace the System of National Accounts, whose baseline is under review at this time. Thus, the estimates recently released present more limited level of detail, linked to the availability of the System of Quarterly National Accounts, and are therefore preliminary. In 2014, when the release of the new series in 2010 as reference base, these results will be restated permanently, integrated, too, the new series of the System of National Accounts of Brazil.

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44,358.839

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2002 - 2009

Updated on 19 Nov 2015

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(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Excl Fishery & Livestock: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Agriculture: Fishery & Livestock: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Construction: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Construction: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Electricity, Water, Sewage & Sanitation: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Electricity, Water, Sewage & Sanitation: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Manufacturing: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Manufacturing: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Quarrying: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Quarrying: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Administration, Public Health, Education & Social Security: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Administration, Public Health, Education & Social Security: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Commerce: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Commerce: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Domestic: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Domestic: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Domestic: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Enterprises: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Enterprises: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Enterprises: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Financial Intermediation, Insurance, Pension & Related Services: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Financial Intermediation, Insurance, Pension & Related Services: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Food & Accommodation: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Food & Accommodation: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Food & Accommodation: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Household: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Household: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Household: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Information: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Information: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Private Health & Education: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Private Health & Education: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Private Health & Education: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Real Estate & Rentals: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Real Estate & Rentals: Production
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Transport, Storage & Mail: Intermediate Consumption
(DC)Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Transport, Storage & Mail: Production
Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Electricity, Water, Sewage & Sanitation: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Industrial: Quarrying: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Administration, Public Health, Education & Social Security: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Commerce: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Financial Intermediation, Insurance, Pension & Related Services: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
Gross Value Added: Southeast: São Paulo: Service: Information: Production minus Intermediate Consumption
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