DYNAMIC ON GDP CHANGE DUE TO CONSUMPTION
As of January to November 2005 the GDP calculated through the consumption method comprised 53.5trln manats, or 2.3% up as compared to the GDP ratio calculated by the State Statistics Committee through the production method
Special weight of investment demand dropped from 50.9% fixed in January to November 2004 to 44% in 2005.
Despite stable growth of consumption its special weight fell from 45.6% in 2004 to 47.3% in 2005.
Public consumption grew both in absolute and relative prices. The expenses for purchase of goods and services rose by 46.7 as compared to 2004 and grew from 5% to 5.8% in the structure of consumption.
Domestic production anew failed to catch up the rise in demand and the most part was ensured, which caused rise in import. As a result the special weight of export in GDP grew from 1.5% in January to July 2004 to 2.9% in January to November 2005.