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

This statistic presents the gross value added (GVA) to the United Kingdom's economy, from various city-sized growth areas in 2017. Of these areas, the Greater London authority area added over 431 billion British pounds to the UK economy, followed by the Leeds City Region at almost 70 billion pounds. The combined authorities of the West Midlands and Greater Manchester added almost the same to the economy at 66.67 billion pounds and 66.41 billion respectively.

Gross value added to the United Kingdom (UK) economy in 2017, by city region and growth deal areas

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Release date

December 2018


United Kingdom

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Supplementary notes

CA: Combined Authority

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