The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) is the official statistical agency of the Government of the Republic of South Sudan. It is mandated to collect, analyse and disseminate all official economic, social, demographic and other statistics. It has been preparing National Accounts and publishing the Gross National Product of South Sudan since it attained independence in 2011. This year, it has prepared GDP estimates for the calendar year 2013.
Both Nominal and Real South Sudan GDP figures have been produced for 2013
GDP measures the value of all final goods and services produced in a country over a given period. Nominal GDP is measured at current prices. Real GDP is measured at constant prices, and can therefore be used to calculate economic growth rates over time.
- Nominal Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of South Sudan in 2013 was 34 billion South Sudanese Pounds.
- Real GDP (2009 prices) for 2013 was 17 billion South Sudanese pounds.