Net exports - or exports minus imports - contributed 0.1 percentage point, also unchanged from the preliminary estimate
In December 2015, the 2nd Preliminary Estimate
for Japan's real GDP growth rate for the third quarter of fiscal 2015 was announced to be an annualized 1.0%, and because this showed a significant upward revision from the negative 0.8% as released in the 1st Preliminary Estimate
, there was wide coverage in the media.
Real GDP growth was revised up from 3.4 percent (annualized rate) in the advanced report, to 4.0 percent in the preliminary estimate
. Unfortunately, that may be unsustainable, as the Blue Chip Panel of Economists expects growth to fall back under 3 percent well into next year.
Real gross domestic purchases increased 3.0 percent, 0.1 percentage point less than the preliminary estimate
; in the second quarter, this measure increased 6.5 percent.
Actual losses may differ materially from this preliminary estimate
The better-than-expected figures fuelled hopes that the UK's double-dip recession may not be quite as deep as previously thought, after the ONS's preliminary estimate
for second quarter GDP showed a shock 0.7% decline.
That "preliminary estimate
is more likely to rise than to drop," he says in the February CONSERVATION BIOLOGY.
2012, so they can prepare the groundwork for the first tender for small scale electricity generators using renewable resources, "Reyes said, adding that there is a preliminary estimate
of between 20 and 40 small plants in the country, including those using hydroelectricity and biomass, specifically sugar cane bagasse.
Nair, Secretary General of Confederation of Indian Textile Industry, this is a preliminary estimate
for the forthcoming season.
The government on Tuesday revised slightly downward Japan's composite index of leading indicators for May, which predicts economic conditions some six months ahead, from a preliminary estimate
released earlier this month.
GDP rose a seasonally adjusted 2.5 percent, compared with a preliminary estimate
of 2.6 percent and a revised decline of 0.5 percent in the third quarter, said the Tallinn-based statistics office.