Gross domestic product by manufacturing industries
Get data on Ontario gross domestic product (GDP) by manufacturing industries. The GDP is a monetary measure of the value of all final goods and services produced in a period. This dataset shows Ontario’s GDP by manufacturing industries, including: * food, beverage and tobacco * chemical and petroleum products * primary metal products * fabricated metal products * machinery * electrical and electronic products * transportation equipment * paper products and printing * plastic and rubber products * other manufacturing
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