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Definition
Gross domestic investment rate is the sum of gross fixed capital formation and changes in inventories divided by the total GDP in national currencies and expressed as a percentage of GDP.

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GDP by expenditure: Changes in inventories 2010 $ Gross Domestic Product in constant prices Value added by sector: agriculture GDP by expenditure: General government final consumption expenditure 2010 $

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