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Definition
Carbon dioxide (here after, CO2) emissions per unit value added is an indicator computed as ratio between CO2 emissions from fuel combustion and the value added of associated economic activities. The indicator can be computed for the whole economy (total CO2 emissions/GDP) or for specific sectors, notably the manufacturing sector (CO2 emissions from manufacturing industries per manufacturing value added (MVA).

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CO2 emissions per unit of GDP (kilogrammes of CO2 per constant 2010 United States dollars) Methane (CH4) emissions, Mt Consumption of ozone-depleting substances, ODP tons Mortality rate attributed to unintentional poisonings, male (deaths per 100,000 population)

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