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## Industry Statistics > Manufacturing, value added > current US\$ > Puerto Rico (historical data)

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 Date Amount Rank 2001 27,099,000,000 #24 2000 23,375,400,000 #27 1999 23,311,500,000 #26 1998 22,994,300,000 #25 1997 19,302,100,000 #27 1996 18,466,600,000 #29 1995 17,867,300,000 #27 1994 16,748,100,000 #24 1993 15,427,600,000 #22 1992 14,183,000,000 #22 1991 12,661,300,000 #20 1990 12,125,800,000 #21 1989 11,133,200,000 #19 1988 10,513,300,000 #17 1987 9,483,100,000 #18 1986 8,548,900,000 #18 1985 7,909,400,000 #17 1984 7,370,800,000 #20 1983 6,406,100,000 #20 1982 6,124,100,000 #20 1981 5,793,000,000 #22 1980 5,306,300,000 #22 1979 4,442,200,000 #19 1978 3,904,200,000 #18 1977 3,298,700,000 #19 1976 2,974,000,000 #19 1975 2,370,500,000 #18 1974 2,200,800,000 #20 1973 1,878,400,000 #18 1972 1,597,500,000 #16 1971 1,333,800,000 #17 1970 1,190,000,000 #15 1969 1,060,500,000 #13 1966 746,300,000 #11

DEFINITION: Manufacturing refers to industries belonging to ISIC divisions 15-37. Value added is the net output of a sector after adding up all outputs and subtracting intermediate inputs. It is calculated without making deductions for depreciation of fabricated assets or depletion and degradation of natural resources. The origin of value added is determined by the International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC), revision 3. Data are in current U.S. dollars.

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