Gross value added to the United Kingdom (UK) in 2017, by region

This statistic presents the gross value added (GVA) to the United Kingdom's economy, by region in 2017. The UK's capital city, London contributed over 431 billion British pounds to the economy in this year, followed by the South East of England which contributed just over 267 billion pounds. Northern Ireland and the North East of England had the lowest amount of GVA in 2017, at 39.6 billion and 53.2 billion respectively.

Gross value added to the United Kingdom (UK) economy in 2017, by region

Gross value added (in billion GBP)
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December 2018


United Kingdom

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