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Spanish Regional Accounts. SRA. 2000-2021 Series

Illes Balears was the autonomous community that in 2021 recorded the highest growth in its GDP in terms of volume (10.7%). It was followed by Canarias (7.0%) and Comunidad Foral de Navarra (5.9%). The regions with the lowest GDP variation rates were the autonomous cities of Ceuta (4.0%) and Melilla (4.1%) and the autonomous community of Castilla y León (4.3%).

Gross domestic product per capita. Year 2021
  Note Value Annual variation
National total   25,498 8.0
Andalucía   18,906 7.8
Aragón   28,912 8.5
Asturias, Principado de   23,235 10.9
Balears, Illes   24,866 15.4
Canarias   18,990 10.4
Cantabria   23,730 7.6
Castilla y León   24,428 6.6
Castilla - La Mancha   20,655 7.3
Cataluña   29,942 7.9
Comunitat Valenciana   22,289 7.3
Extremadura   19,072 6.9
Galicia   23,499 8.1
Madrid, Comunidad de   34,821 7.7
Murcia, Región de   21,236 7.8
Navarra, Comunidad Foral de   31,024 7.6
País Vasco   32,925 8.5
Rioja, La   27,279 6.3
Ceuta   21,244 7.3
Melilla   19,266 6.7
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Serie 2000-2021 Published: 19/12/2022
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The Spanish Regional Accounts (SRA) is a statistical operation that the INE has been carrying out since 1980 and whose main objective is to provide a quantified, systematic and as complete a description as possible of the regional economic activity in Spain (Autonomous Communities and provinces), during the considered reference period.

This information allows the analysis and evaluation of the structure and development of the regional economies and serves as a statistical base for the design, execution and monitoring of regional policies.

The regional accounts are a specification of the national accounts; that is, the Spanish National Accounts (SNA) are the conceptual and quantitative framework in which the SRA is integrated.