The share of non-financial corporations in total value added was 58.4 in 2017
Non-Financial corporations were the sector which contributed the most to the value added of the total economy. The value added created by non-financial corporations sector has an increasing trend over the years and 58.4% of the total value added has been produced by this sector in 2017. This sector was followed by household and NPISH and general government, respectively.GNI calculated as 3 trillion 64 billion 141 million 76 thousand TRY in 2017
GNI increased by 18.8% compared to the previous year and reached 3 trillion 64 billion 141 million 76 thousand TRY in 2017.The ratio of gross savings in GDP was calculated as 25.4% in 2017
The ratio of gross savings in GDP was calculated as 25.4% in 2017. The share of households gross saving was 10.4%. Households were followed by non-financial corporations with 9.4%, financial corporations with 3.5% and general government with 2% respectively.Household gross saving ratio was calculated as 15% in 2017
While the share of household gross saving value in disposable income was 14.1% in 2016, it was calculated as 15% in 2017.The ratio of total economy borrowing to GDP was 5.6 % in 2017
Total economy borrowing over the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was 3.8% in 2016 and 5.6 % in 2017. The next release on this subject will be on October 25, 2019.
Institutional Sector Accounts consist of non-financial corporations, financial corporations, general government, households and non-profit institutions serving households and rest of the world. These accounts provide the comprehensive analysis of these sectors and deficit or surplus of them. In addition to this, they clearly demonstrate how income is earned, spent and saved. The Institutional Sector Accounts show the interactions between the domestic and rest of the world accounts.
Please look at tables of press release for Institutional Sector Accounts 2016-2017 Report .