Monstat has published Montenegro’s Gross National Income GNI 2010-2014 data. The calculation of gross national income is based on data from regular surveys of Monstat and the Central Bank of Montenegro. Gross domestic product is calculated according to the methodology of the European system of national and regional accounts (ESA 2010). ESA 2010 is the European version of world methodological framework System of national accounts (SNA 2008). ESA 2010 defines the concepts, definitions and accounting rules which applied in the compilation of national accounts in order to reach international comparability of data.
Gross National Income (GNI) equals GDP plus the primary income which resident units receive from the the rest of the world and less primary income payments from resident units to the rest of the world.
Montenegro’s GNI in 2014 was 3 504 million euros which was 2.2% higher in nominal terms compared to 2013. Balance of primary income from the rest of the world in 2014 was positive and amounted to 45.9 million EUR. Gross national income per capita in 2014 was 5 635 EUR.
|Gross domestic product (GDP) at current prices, in mill. EUR||3125||3265||3181||3362||3458|
|Balance of primary income from the rest of the world, in mill. EUR||-21,7||26,3||53,8||65,5||45,9|
|Gross national income (GNI) at current prices, in mill. EUR||3103||3291||3253||3428||3504|
|Population, in thousands||619,4||620,1||620,6||621,2||621,8|
|Gross national income per capita, in EUR||–||5307||5213||5518||5635|
|Nominal growth of gross domestic product, in (%)||–||4,5 ▲||-2,6 ▼||5,7 ▲||2,8 ▲|
|Nominal growth of gross national income, in (%)||–||6,0 ▲||-1,7 ▼||6,0 ▲||2,2 ▲|