Canada: Real gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate from 2012 to 2022 (compared to the previous year)

Gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate in Canada 2022 The statistic shows the gross domestic product growth rate in Canada from 2012 to 2016, with projections up until 2022. In 2016, Canada’s real GDP growth was around 1.41 percent compared to the previous year.
Economy of Canada

As an indicator for the shape of a country’s economy, there are not many factors as telling as GDP. GDP is the total market value of all final goods and services that have been produced within a country within a given period of time, usually a year. Real GDP figures serve as an even more reliable tool in determining the direction in which a country’s economy may be swaying, as they are adjusted for inflation and reflect real price changes.

Canada is one of the largest economies in the world and is counted among the globe’s wealthiest nations. It has a relatively small labor force in comparison to some of the world’s other largest economic powers, amounting to just under 19 million. Unemployment in Canada has remained relatively high as the country has battled against the tide of economic woe that swept across the majority of the world after the 2008 financial meltdown, and although moving in the right direction, there is still some way to go for Canada.

Canada is among the leading trading nations worldwide, owing to the absolutely vast supplies of natural resources, which make up a key part of the Canadian trading relationship with the United States, the country with which Canada trades by far the most. In recent years, around three quarters of Canadian exports went to the United States and just over half of its imports came from its neighbor to the south. The relationship is very much mutually beneficial; Canada is the leading foreign energy supplier to the United States.
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GDP growth compared to previous year
20121.75%
20132.48%
20142.86%
20151%
20161.41%
2017*3%
2018*2.08%
2019*2.04%
2020*1.82%
2021*1.79%
2022*1.64%
GDP growth compared to previous year
20121.75%
20132.48%
20142.86%
20151%
20161.41%
2017*3%
2018*2.08%
2019*2.04%
2020*1.82%
2021*1.79%
2022*1.64%
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The statistic shows the gross domestic product growth rate in Canada from 2012 to 2016, with projections up until 2022. In 2016, Canada’s real GDP growth was around 1.41 percent compared to the previous year.
Economy of Canada

As an indicator for the shape of a country’s economy, there are not many factors as telling as GDP. GDP is the total market value of all final goods and services that have been produced within a country within a given period of time, usually a year. Real GDP figures serve as an even more reliable tool in determining the direction in which a country’s economy may be swaying, as they are adjusted for inflation and reflect real price changes.

Canada is one of the largest economies in the world and is counted among the globe’s wealthiest nations. It has a relatively small labor force in comparison to some of the world’s other largest economic powers, amounting to just under 19 million. Unemployment in Canada has remained relatively high as the country has battled against the tide of economic woe that swept across the majority of the world after the 2008 financial meltdown, and although moving in the right direction, there is still some way to go for Canada.

Canada is among the leading trading nations worldwide, owing to the absolutely vast supplies of natural resources, which make up a key part of the Canadian trading relationship with the United States, the country with which Canada trades by far the most. In recent years, around three quarters of Canadian exports went to the United States and just over half of its imports came from its neighbor to the south. The relationship is very much mutually beneficial; Canada is the leading foreign energy supplier to the United States.
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Release date
April 2018
Region
Canada
Survey time period
2012 to 2016
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Values have been rounded to provide a better understanding of the statistic.
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