SCOTLAND'S GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT
3rd QUARTER 2017
A National Statistics Publication for Scotland
17 January 2018
Scotland’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 0.2% in real terms during the third quarter of 2017, following growth of 0.1% in the second quarter of 2017.The equivalent growth rate for the UK as whole during the third quarter was 0.4%.
In the third quarter of 2017, output in the Services sector grew by 0.2%, output in the Production sector grew by 1.2%, and output in the Construction sector fell by 2.9%.
Compared to the same period last year (i.e. 2017 Quarter 3 vs 2016 Quarter 3), the Scottish economy has grown by 0.6%. Equivalent UK growth was 1.7%.
Scottish GDP per person was flat in real terms (0.0%) during the third quarter of 2017, with growth of 0.2% for the UK as a whole.
A printable version (.pdf) of the statistical bulletin is available in both the standard format and on a trial basis in a new visual style.
The results tables (.xls) are available to download in excel format.
A two page visual summary of key results is also available to download.
Page updated: Wednesday, January 17, 2018