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The Hills Shire

Gross product

The Hills Shire's Gross Regional Product was $12,093m as of the 30th June 2020.

The Gross Regional Product of an area is the equivalent of Gross Domestic Product, but for a smaller area. It is the amount of the nation’s wealth which is generated by businesses, organisations and individuals working in the area. This dataset is derived from the National Economics microsimulation model, and is a broad indicator of the growth or decline of the local economy over time. Data are presented for each year back to 2002.

Gross Regional Product
Gross Regional Product 2020, The Hills Shire: $12,093 million 2019, The Hills Shire: $12,312 million 2018, The Hills Shire: $11,923 million 2017, The Hills Shire: $11,394 million 2016, The Hills Shire: $10,532 million 2015, The Hills Shire: $9,946 million 2014, The Hills Shire: $9,582 million 2013, The Hills Shire: $9,258 million 2012, The Hills Shire: $8,904 million 2011, The Hills Shire: $8,586 million 2010, The Hills Shire: $8,175 million 2009, The Hills Shire: $7,882 million 2008, The Hills Shire: $7,809 million 2007, The Hills Shire: $7,599 million 2006, The Hills Shire: $7,506 million 2005, The Hills Shire: $7,635 million 2004, The Hills Shire: $7,690 million 2003, The Hills Shire: $7,524 million 2002, The Hills Shire: $7,177 million
Source: National Institute of Economic and Industry Research (NIEIR) ©2021
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Cumulative change in Gross Regional Product
Cumulative change in Gross Regional Product 2020, New South Wales: 149.3% 2019, New South Wales: 150.2% 2018, New South Wales: 146.1% 2017, New South Wales: 142.3% 2016, New South Wales: 137.9% 2015, New South Wales: 133.6% 2014, New South Wales: 130.2% 2013, New South Wales: 127.3% 2012, New South Wales: 124.9% 2011, New South Wales: 121.7% 2010, New South Wales: 118.2% 2009, New South Wales: 115.6% 2008, New South Wales: 114.4% 2007, New South Wales: 111.8% 2006, New South Wales: 110.0% 2005, New South Wales: 109.2% 2004, New South Wales: 107.3% 2003, New South Wales: 103.6% 2002, New South Wales: 101.5% 2001, New South Wales: 100.0% 2020, The Hills Shire: 171.5% 2019, The Hills Shire: 174.6% 2018, The Hills Shire: 169.1% 2017, The Hills Shire: 161.6% 2016, The Hills Shire: 149.3% 2015, The Hills Shire: 141.0% 2014, The Hills Shire: 135.9% 2013, The Hills Shire: 131.3% 2012, The Hills Shire: 126.3% 2011, The Hills Shire: 121.7% 2010, The Hills Shire: 115.9% 2009, The Hills Shire: 111.8% 2008, The Hills Shire: 110.7% 2007, The Hills Shire: 107.8% 2006, The Hills Shire: 106.4% 2005, The Hills Shire: 108.3% 2004, The Hills Shire: 109.0% 2003, The Hills Shire: 106.7% 2002, The Hills Shire: 101.8% 2001, The Hills Shire: 100.0%
Source: National Institute of Economic and Industry Research (NIEIR) ©2021
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Gross Regional Product (GRP)
The Hills ShireNew South Wales
Year (ending June 30)GRP $m% change from previous yearCumulative changeGRP $m% change from previous yearCumulative changeThe Hills Shire as a % of New South Wales
202012,093-1.8171.5625,270-0.6149.31.93
201912,312+3.3174.6628,852+2.8150.21.96
201811,923+4.6169.1611,566+2.6146.11.95
201711,394+8.2161.6595,801+3.2142.31.91
201610,532+5.9149.3577,216+3.2137.91.82
20159,946+3.8141.0559,507+2.6133.61.78
20149,582+3.5135.9545,150+2.3130.21.76
20139,258+4.0131.3533,153+1.9127.31.74
20128,904+3.7126.3522,996+2.6124.91.70
20118,586+5.0121.7509,546+2.9121.71.68
20108,175+3.7115.9494,980+2.2118.21.65
20097,882+0.9111.8484,225+1.1115.61.63
20087,809+2.8110.7479,181+2.4114.41.63
20077,599+1.2107.8468,118+1.7111.81.62
20067,506-1.7106.4460,493+0.8110.01.63
20057,635-0.7108.3457,038+1.7109.21.67
20047,690+2.2109.0449,203+3.6107.31.71
20037,524+4.8106.7433,593+2.1103.61.74
20027,177+1.8101.8424,786+1.5101.51.69
20017,052--100.0418,714--100.01.68

Source: National Institute of Economic and Industry Research (NIEIR) ©2021. Compiled and presented in economy.id by .id (informed decisions)

Data are based on a 2016-17 price base for all years. NIEIR-ID data are inflation adjusted each year to allow direct comparison, and annual data releases adjust previous years’ figures to a new base year.Learn more

*Cumulative change uses 2010 as the base year.

Annual change in Gross Regional Product
Annual change in Gross Regional Product 2020, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2019, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2018, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2017, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2016, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2015, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2014, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2013, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2012, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2011, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2010, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2009, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2008, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2007, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2006, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2005, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2004, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2003, Average annual growth rate: 2.8% 2020, New South Wales: -0.6% 2019, New South Wales: 2.8% 2018, New South Wales: 2.6% 2017, New South Wales: 3.2% 2016, New South Wales: 3.2% 2015, New South Wales: 2.6% 2014, New South Wales: 2.3% 2013, New South Wales: 1.9% 2012, New South Wales: 2.6% 2011, New South Wales: 2.9% 2010, New South Wales: 2.2% 2009, New South Wales: 1.1% 2008, New South Wales: 2.4% 2007, New South Wales: 1.7% 2006, New South Wales: 0.8% 2005, New South Wales: 1.7% 2004, New South Wales: 3.6% 2003, New South Wales: 2.1% 2020, The Hills Shire: -1.8% 2019, The Hills Shire: 3.3% 2018, The Hills Shire: 4.6% 2017, The Hills Shire: 8.2% 2016, The Hills Shire: 5.9% 2015, The Hills Shire: 3.8% 2014, The Hills Shire: 3.5% 2013, The Hills Shire: 4.0% 2012, The Hills Shire: 3.7% 2011, The Hills Shire: 5.0% 2010, The Hills Shire: 3.7% 2009, The Hills Shire: 0.9% 2008, The Hills Shire: 2.8% 2007, The Hills Shire: 1.2% 2006, The Hills Shire: -1.7% 2005, The Hills Shire: -0.7% 2004, The Hills Shire: 2.2% 2003, The Hills Shire: 4.8%
Source: National Institute of Economic and Industry Research (NIEIR) ©2021
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