Zimbabwe - Gross public investment (% of GDP)

Gross public investment (% of GDP) in Zimbabwe was reported at 3.6609 % in 2011, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.

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Gross public investment (see definition below) as a percentage of GDP (%) . Public sectors’ gross domestic fixed investment (gross fixed capital formation) comprises all additions to the stocks of fixed assets (purchases and own-account capital formation), less any sales of second-hand and scrapped fixed assets measured at constant prices, done by government units and non-financial public enterprises. Most outlays by government on military equipment are excluded. According to 1993 SNA are outlays on weapons and equipment with no alternative civil use treated as intermediate consumption, and part of governments consumption expenditure.

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