Bahrain Table of Contents
Gross Domestic Product (GDP): In 1990 about US$4.0 billion; per capita GDP US$7,500; real growth rate 6.7 percent (1988).
Agriculture: Contributed 1.2 percent of GDP in 1986.
Mining and Manufacturing: Hydrocarbons and related industries, mining, and manufacturing contributed 34.2 percent of GDP in 1986.
Electricity, Water, and Construction: Contributed 8.5 percent of GDP in 1986.
Trade, Transportation, and Communications: Wholesale and retail trade, restaurants and hotels, and transportation and communications contributed 15.5 percent of GDP in 1986.
Services: Financial, government, and other services contributed 40.6 percent of GDP in 1986.
Exports: Total exports in excess of US$2.8 billion in 1989. Major exports included crude oil, refined oil products, and aluminum.
Imports: Total about US$2.8 billion in 1989. Major imports included crude petroleum, machinery and transportation equipment, and food.
Currency and Exchange Rate: Bahraini dinar. In 1994 exchange rate US$1 = BD0.376 (fixed rate).
Fiscal Year: Calendar year.
Data as of January 1993