Gross domestic product (GDP) is the final result of the production activity of residents (all economic entities operating within the territory of the country). 

Gross national income (GNI) is the gross primary income received by resident institutional units: compensation of employees, production and imports-related taxes (minus subsidies), property income (receivable minus payable), gross operating surplus, and gross mixed income.  

GNI is calculated as follows: final result generated within the territory of the country (GDP) minus primary income received by non-residents plus primary income received by residents from other countries.


Document updated: 2019-02-18


Statistics Lithuania is responsible only for the production of short-term forecasts: provisional quarterly GDP estimate (released two months before the final estimate) and consumer price index (inflation) monthly forecast. This information is published in press releases on the key economic and social development indicators.


Document updated: 2019-02-18


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