GDP in South Africa from 2010 Q1 until 2012 Q3

Chart the GDP in South Africa until 2012 Q3.

The transitions of the GDP, SMA and the Bollinger band.

The transitions of the QoQ, YoY and Quarter on Annual rates.

YoY growth has slowed.

The breakdown is as follows.

The slower growth in finance, real estate and business services was due to slower increases from activities in the equity, bond and other financial markets and the banking sector.

The growth in the wholesale, retail and motor trade, catering and accommodation industry was due to increases reflected in the turnover in the retail trade and catering and accommodation divisions in the trade industry.

The growth in the agriculture, forestry and fishing industry was due to high production in horticulture and animal products.

Manufacturing growth was led by strong growth in the wood, wood products, paper, publishing, printing, the basic iron,steel, non- ferrous metal products, metal products, machinery, the petroleum, chemical products, rubber and plastic products.

Economic activity in the mining and quarrying industry reflected negative growth of 12.7 percent, due to lower production in all mining divisions.

Details(JPN) from 2002 Q1 are here.

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