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For the years 1995-2013

DREM releases data on Regional Economic Accounts for Agriculture

The Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira (DREM) releases, for the first time, in its website, data on Regional Economic Accounts for Agriculture (REGEAA). These accounts are produced by Statistics Portugal (INE) for all the NUTS2 Portuguese regions and are partially based on data collected by DREM from farmers and from other sources like the Regional Directorate for Agriculture and Rural Development, the government department that oversees this activity.

These are the first accounts in base 2011 (which replaced base 2006) which are consistent with base 2011 of the Portuguese Regional Accounts, released on December 18th, 2014. Specific methodological changes resulting from the adoption of the European System of Accounts (ESA 2010) were introduced. The change in the base of the REGEAA determined important revisions of some results, reflecting specific methodological changes, although, in the case of the Autonomous Region of Madeira, the major impact came from the inclusion of new sources of information (Agricultural Census 2009 and the Floriculture and Ornamental Plants Survey).

 The REGEAA data show that agricultural output in the Autonomous Region of Madeira grew from 72.4 million euros in 1995 to 117.3 million euros in 2013. Between 2012 and 2013 (for these years the data is still is provisional) agricultural output rose by 5.7% in nominal terms. In 2013, 84.9% of the total agricultural output came from crop output and 11.7% from animal output. In Portugal the weight of animal output was higher (38.3%) although crop production was also the most important component of agricultural output (57.1%).

 In the Autonomous Region of Madeira, the main components of crop production in 2013 (99.6 million euros) were fresh vegetables (27.0 million euros), tropical fruit (17.4 million euros) and potatoes (17.3 million euros).

 Aviculture represented more than two thirds of animal output, whose total reached 13.8 million euros.

 Intermediate consumption grew from 23.9 million euros in 1995 to 43.8 million euros in 2013.

 The Gross Value Added (GVA) corresponds to the difference between production (at basic prices) and intermediate consumption. Between 1995 and 2013, GVA rose from 48.6 to 73.4 million euros. In nominal terms, the agricultural GVA grew by 11.3% between 2012 and 2013.

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