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  • UK Non-Financial Business Economy, 2012 Regional Results (Annual Business Survey) 23-Jul-2014
    Size and growth of the UK Non-Financial Business Economy in 2012, based on local activity of businesses. A key resource for regional business structure and performance.
  • UK Manufacturers' Sales by Product (PRODCOM) for 2013 26-Jun-2014
    First estimates of UK Manufacturing Sales by Product (PRODCOM). Estimates of product sales value and volume, linked with international trade statistics.
  • UK Non-Financial Business Economy, 2012 Revised Results (Annual Business Survey) 12-Jun-2014
    Estimate of the size and growth of the UK Non-Financial Business Economy for 2012 as measured by the Annual Business Survey (ABS). It is the key resource for understanding the detailed structure, conduct and performance of businesses across the UK
  • UK Manufacturers' Sales by Product (PRODCOM) for 2012 19-Dec-2013
    The aim of this statistical bulletin and associated data tables are to inform users of the latest statistics for the value and volumes of manufacturers’ product sales in the UK. It provides intermediate estimates of manufacturers’ sales by product, from businesses based in the UK in 2012, and final estimates for 2011.
  • Annual Business Survey, 2012 Provisional Results 14-Nov-2013
    This release provides an estimate of the size and growth of the UK Non-Financial Business Economy for 2012 as measured by the Annual Business Survey (ABS). It is the key resource for understanding the detailed structure, conduct and performance of businesses across the UK. The release covers: • Non-Financial Services
  • Annual Business Survey, 2011 Regional Results 25-Jul-2013
    This release provides a breakdown of the UK by its regions/countries, showing which have had the greatest impact on the size and growth of the UK Business Economy for 2011. The release covers production, construction, distribution, services and parts of agriculture, which comprise the UK Business Economy. Together these industries represent around two thirds of the whole economy of the UK in terms of Gross Value Added. Public administration and defence, public sector health and education and parts of agriculture and finance make up the difference between the UK Business Economy and the whole economy.

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