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Timor-Leste nia Produtu Internu Brutu PIB/ GDP no ninia komponente sira

Dezenvolvimentu ekonomia nu'udár asuntu importante ba nasaun ida hanesan Timor-Leste ne’ebé maka konsege alkansa nia independénsia iha tinan 2002. Dezenvolvimentu ekonomia importante tebes atu haree kondisaun moris ne'ebé di'ak liu, kualidade hahán nutritivu barak liu ba ita-nia oan sira, eskola ne'ebé kualidade liu, oportunidade empregu ne'ebé barak liu, atendimentu saúde ne'ebé di'ak liu, no barak liu tan. Entaun oinsá mak ita bele sukat progresu iha dezenvolvimentu ekonomia? Medida komún liu ba sukat dezenvolvimentu ekonomia nian mak Produtu Internu Brutu (PIB) ka ho lian Inglés Gross Domestic Product (GDP). PIB/ GDP nu’udár sasukat ida ne’ebé maka ekonomista sira uza hodi sukat nasaun nia riku-soin no nia dezempeñu ekonomia sira. Iha termu simples, PIB mak valór $ husi sasán no servisu hotu-hotu ne'ebé prodús iha nasaun laran. Meiu utilizasaun métodu sukat ne'ebé komún liu ne’ebé kompoin iha PIB hetan husi ekuasaun tuir mai ne’e: Y = C + I +

Timor-Leste GDP and its components Time Series

Economic development is an important thing for a country like Timor-Leste, independent since only 2002. Economic development is vital to seeing improved livelihoods, more food for our children, better schools, increased employment opportunities, better health services, and much more.   So how to we measure progress in economic development?   The most common measure of economic activity is Gross Domestic Product (GDP).   GDP measures a country's wealth and the economy's performance. In simple terms, GDP is the $ value of all goods and services produced within a country. Using the most common measurement method, the components of GDP are given by the following equation: Y = C + I + G + NX Y is GDP, C stands for consumption , I stand for investment, G stands for Government spending and NX stands for net exports which is calculated as exports minus   imports . I recently obtained data on these components of GDP for the whole 20 years of Timor-Leste’s history, and