Appendix

Appendix Table 4.1 GDP growth rates, selected Asian countries, 2000–05 (per cent)

Economy

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

200005(average)

I. Newly industrialising economies (NIEs)

             

Republic of Korea

8.5

3.8

7.0

3.1

4.6

4.1

5.2

Hong Kong

10.2

0.5

1.9

3.2

8.1

5.7

4.9

Singapore

9.7

–1.8

3.2

1.4

8.4

4.1

4.2

Taiwan

5.8

–2.2

3.9

3.3

5.7

4.2

3.5

Average NIEs

8.6

0.1

4.0

2.8

6.7

4.5

4.5

II. Second-tier NIEs

             

Malaysia

8.9

0.3

4.1

5.3

7.1

5.7

5.2

Thailand

4.8

2.2

5.3

6.9

6.1

5.6

5.2

Indonesia

4.9

3.8

4.3

5.0

5.1

5.5

4.8

Average second-tier NIEs

6.2

2.1

4.6

5.7

6.1

5.6

5.1

III. Other developing countries

             

China

8.0

7.5

8.3

9.3

9.5

8.5

8.5

Vietnam

6.1

5.8

6.4

7.1

7.5

7.6

6.8

India

4.4

5.8

4.0

8.5

6.5

6.9

6.0

Pakistan

3.9

1.8

3.1

5.1

6.4

7.0

4.6

Philippines

4.4

1.8

4.3

4.7

6.1

5.0

4.4

Sri Lanka

6.0

–1.5

4.0

5.9

5.5

5.2

4.2

Average other developing countries

5.5

3.5

5.0

6.8

6.9

6.7

5.8

IV. Least-developed countries

             

Bhutan

5.5

7.1

6.7

6.5

7.0

8.0

6.8

Laos

5.8

5.8

5.9

5.9

6.5

7.0

6.2

Bangladesh

5.9

5.3

4.4

5.3

5.5

5.3

5.3

Cambodia

7.0

5.6

5.5

5.2

6.0

2.3

5.3

Nepal

6.0

4.8

–0.4

2.9

3.3

3.0

3.3

Average least-developed countries

6.0

5.7

4.4

5.2

5.7

5.1

5.4

Average all selected (18) countries above

6.6

2.9

4.5

5.1

6.4

5.5

5.2

Myanmar

13.7

11.3

12.0

13.8

13.6

13.2

12.9

Source: Asian Development Bank 2005, Key Indicators of Developing Asian and Pacific Countries, Online Edition, Asian Development Bank, Manila. Source for Myanmar: Ministry of National Planning and Economic Development, Yangon.

Appendix Table 4.2 GDI, selected Asian countries, 2000–05 (per cent of GDP)

Economy

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2000–05

(average)

I. Newly industrialising economies (NIEs)

             

Republic of Korea

28.3

27.0

26.1

29.4

30.2

30.1

28.5

Hong Kong

28.1

25.3

22.8

21.9

21.8

20.5

23.4

Singapore

32.0

26.5

23.7

15.6

19.4

18.6

22.6

Taiwan

22.9

18.4

17.4

17.4

21.5

20.2

19.6

Average NIEs

27.8

24.3

22.5

21.1

23.2

22.4

23.6

II. Second-tier NIEs

             

Malaysia

27.2

23.9

24.0

21.6

22.6

19.8

23.2

Thailand

22.8

24.1

23.8

24.9

27.1

31.6

25.7

Indonesia

16.1

23.5

20.4

17.3

21.3

21.3

20.0

Average second-tier NIEs

22.0

23.8

22.7

21.3

23.7

24.2

23.0

III. Other developing countries

             

China

36.3

34.2

35.2

38.0

39.3

43.5

37.8

Vietnam

23.9

31.2

33.2

35.4

35.5

35.4

32.4

India

24.4

23.0

25.3

27.2

30.1

-

26.0

Pakistan

16.0

17.2

16.8

16.9

17.3

16.8

16.8

Philippines

29.1

19.0

17.7

16.7

17.1

15.7

19.2

Sri Lanka

28.1

22.0

21.3

22.3

25.8

27.0

24.4

Average other developing countries

26.3

24.4

24.9

26.1

27.5

27.7

26.2

IV. Least-developed countries

             

Laos

20.5

21.0

21.2

21.2

22.0

22.0

21.3

Bangladesh

23.0

23.1

23.1

23.4

24.0

24.4

23.5

Cambodia

17.3

18.7

20.1

25.1

25.8

26.4

22.2

Nepal

24.3

24.1

24.2

25.8

26.4

25.7

25.1

Average least-developed countries

21.3

21.7

22.2

23.9

24.6

24.6

23.1

Average all selected (17) countries above

24.4

23.6

23.1

23.1

24.8

24.7

24.0

Myanmar

12.4

11.6

10.4

11.0

12.0

-

11.5

Source: Asian Development Bank 2004 and 2006, Asian Development Outlook. Source for Myanmar: Ministry of National Planning and Economic Development, Yangon.

Appendix Table 4.3 Myanmar: GDP at 2000/01 constant prices, and GDI as ratio of GDP, 1999/2000–2005/06

Fiscal year

GDP (million kyat)

GDP change from previous year (%)

GDI/GDP ratio (%)

1999/2000

2 246 035

10.9

13.4

2000/01

2 553 742

13.7

12.4

2001/02

2 842 314

11.3

11.6

2002/03

3 183 392

12.0

10.4

2003/04

3 622 700

13.8

11.0

2004/05

4 115 387

13.6

12.0

2005/06

4 658 619

13.2

n.a.

Total

 

88.5

-

Average

 

12.6

11.8a

a average for years 1999/00 to 2004/05

Notes: GDI = total investment + stock changes; GDP figures are calculated from data in the Statistical Yearbook and using growth rates given in tables in Paras (11) and (14) of Myanmar’s Economic Development; GDI figure for 2003/04 is from UNCTAD 2005, Handbook of Statistics, Table 7.3, p. 349; GDI figure for 2004/05 is from UNCTAD 2006, LDC Report 2006, Annex Table 6, p. 316.

Sources: Ministry of National Planning and Economic Development 2006, Myanmar’s Economic Development, December 2006; Central Statistical Organisation 2003, Statistical Yearbook.

 

 Appendix Table 4.4 Myanmar: GDP at 1947/48 constant prices, and GDI as ratio of GDP, 1948/49–1960/61

Fiscal year

GDP (million kyat)

GDP change from previous year (%)

GDI/GDP ratio (%)

1948/49

3200

–10.0

n.a.

1949/50

3038

–5.1

n.a.

1950/51

3431

12.9

12.9

1951/52

3636

6.0

18.2

1952/53

3899

7.2

19.0

1953/54

4073

4.5

22.0

1954/55

4294

5.4

21.0

1955/56

4456

3.8

18.0

1956/57

4934

10.7

19.9

1957/58

4778

–3.2

22.0

1958/59

5195

8.7

19.4

1959/60

5600

7.8

18.7

1960/61

5563

–0.7

16.3

Total

 

63.2

207.3

Average (1950/51–1960/61)

 

5.8

18.8

Sources: Government of Burma 1955, 1962, 1963, Economic Survey of Burma.

Appendix Table 4.5 Myanmar: GDP at 1969/70 constant prices, and GDI as a ratio of GDP, 1961/62–1970/71

Fiscal year

GDP (million kyat)

GDP change from previous year (%)

GDI/GDP ratio (%)

1961/62

7798

3.6

11.4

1962/63

8811

13.0

10.6

1963/64

8272

–6.1

10.6

1964/65

9106

10.1

18.4

1965/66

8715

–4.3

4.3

1966/67

8355

–4.1

12.2

1967/68

9200

10.1

15.8

1968/69

9503

3.3

12.8

1969/70

9976

5.0

14.2

1970/71

10 388

4.1

11.8

Total

 

34.6

122.0

Average

 

3.5

12.2

Sources: Ministry of Planning and Finance, 1972/73 and 1975/76, Report to the Pyithu Hluttaw.

 

Appendix Table 4.6 Myanmar: GDP at 1969/70 constant prices, and GDI as ratio of GDP, 1970/71–1979/80

Fiscal year

GDP (million kyat)

GDP change from previous year (%)

GDI/GDP ratio (%)

1970/71

10 388

4.1

11.8

1971/72

10 641

2.4

12.2

1972/73

10 538

–1.0

10.8

1973/74

10 812

2.6

10.2

1974/75

11 101

2.7

9.0

1975/76

11 562

4.2

9.9

1976/77

12 265

6.1

10.3

1977/78

12 996

6.0

13.0

1978/79

13 843

6.5

18.2

1979/80

14 562

5.2

22.3

Total

 

38.8

127.7

Average

 

3.9

12.8

Sources: Ministry of Planning and Finance 1979/80 and 1984/85, Report to the Pyithu Hluttaw.

Appendix Table 4.7 Myanmar: GDP at 1985/86 constant prices, and GDI as a ratio of GDP, 1980/81–1989/90

Fiscal year

GDP (million kyat)

GDP change from previous year (%)

GDI/GDP ratio (%)

1980/81

44 338

7.9

21.5

1981/82

47 157

6.4

22.9

1982/83

49 714

5.4

22.2

1983/84

51 878

4.3

18.0

1984/85

54 437

4.9

15.1

1985/86

55 989

2.9

15.5

1986/87

55 397

–1.1

12.7

1987/88

53 178

–4.0

11.6

1988/89

47 141

–11.4

12.8

1989/90

48 883

3.7

9.2

Total

 

19.1

161.5

Average

 

1.9

16.1

Sources: Ministry of Planning and Finance 1984/85, Report to the Pyithu Hluttaw; Central Statistical Organisation 1991, Statistical Yearbook.

 

Appendix Table 4.8 Myanmar: GDP at 1985/86 constant prices, and GDI as a ratio of GDP, 1990/91–1999/00

Fiscal year

GDP (million kyat)

GDP change from previous year (%)

GDI/GDP ratio (%)

1990/91

50 260

2.8

13.4

1991/92

49 933

–0.7

15.3

1992/93

54 757

9.7

17.6

1993/94

58 064

6.0

12.4

1994/95

62 406

7.5

12.4

1995/96

66 742

7.0

14.2

1996/97

71 042

6.4

12.3

1997/98

75 123

5.7

12.5

1998/99

79 460

5.8

12.4

1999/00

88 157

10.9

13.4

Total

 

61.2

135.9

Average

 

6.1

13.6

Sources: Central Statistical Organisation 1995, 1997 and 2003, Statistical Yearbook.