Group of Seven (G7)

The Group of Seven (G7) consists of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The OECD refers to G7 as the Major Seven.

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Gross Domestic Product by Expenditure in Constant Prices: Total Gross Domestic Product for the Group of Seven©    
 
Gross Domestic Product by Expenditure in Constant Prices: Private Final Consumption Expenditure for the Group of Seven©    
 
Consumer Price Index: Total All Items for the Group of Seven©    
Not Seasonally Adjusted
 
Gross Domestic Product Deflator for the Group of Seven©    
Index 2010=1.00
Quarterly, Seasonally Adjusted 1961:Q1 to 2013:Q4 (Jun 5)
Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted 1960 to 2013 (Jun 5)
 
Benchmarked Unit Labor Costs - Market Services for the Group of Seven©    
 
Business Tendency Surveys for Manufacturing: Confidence Indicators: Composite Indicators: OECD Indicator for the Group of Seven©    
Normalised (Normal = 100), Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted1974-06 to 2013-12 (Jun 5)
 
Consumer Opinion Surveys: Confidence Indicators: Composite Indicators: OECD Indicator for the Group of Seven©    
Normalised (Normal = 100), Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted1973-01 to 2013-12 (Jun 5)
 
Consumer Price Index: OECD Groups: All Items Non-Food and Non-Energy for the Group of Seven©    
Not Seasonally Adjusted
 
Exports: Value Goods for the Group of Seven©    
 

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