Statistical Table

Private, non-residential capital expenditures by country or province of control, Montréal administrative region, 2013-2017

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Country 2013 2014 2015 2016p 2017i

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Canada
       Capital expenditures 4,288.1 4,556.7 4,443.1 4,948.6 4,778.7
            Construction 1,907.1 1,931.1 1,892.5 2,180.8 2,200.0
            Machinery and equipment 2,381.0 2,625.6 2,550.6 2,767.8 2,578.7
  
   Québec
       Capital expenditures 3,613.2 3,754.0 3,779.6 4,211.2 3,879.5
            Construction 1,705.1 1,674.9 1,677.8 1,903.9 1,838.8
            Machinery and equipment 1,908.1 2,079.1 2,101.7 2,307.3 2,040.7
  
   Rest of Canada
       Capital expenditures 674.9 802.8 663.6 737.3 899.2
            Construction 202.0 256.3 214.7 276.9 361.1
            Machinery and equipment 472.9 546.5 448.9 460.5 538.1
  
Outside of Canada
       Capital expenditures 911.2 927.3 960.9 1,060.9 1,153.6
            Construction 343.3 427.6 412.2 311.6 356.7
            Machinery and equipment 567.9 499.7 548.7 749.2 797.0
  
   United States
       Capital expenditures 619.5 616.6 539.2 655.4 625.9
            Construction 249.4 270.2 155.9 154.2 135.4
            Machinery and equipment 370.1 346.3 383.3 501.3 490.5
  
   Europe1
       Capital expenditures 270.5 289.3 362.0 296.5 460.5
            Construction 89.2 152.7 225.3 x x
            Machinery and equipment 181.3 136.6 136.7 x x
  
   Other
       Capital expenditures 21.2 21.5 59.6 108.9 67.2
            Construction 4.7 4.8 30.9 x x
            Machinery and equipment 16.5 16.7 28.7 x x
  
Total
       Capital expenditures 5,199.3 5,484.0 5,404.1 6,009.5 5,932.3
            Construction 2,250.4 2,358.8 2,304.8 2,492.4 2,556.6
            Machinery and equipment 2,948.9 3,125.2 3,099.3 3,517.0 3,375.7

r: revised; p: preliminary; i: intentions.
  
1. European countries were identified based on the United Nations' Standard Country or Area Codes for Statistical Use (M49) geographic classification.
  
Notes: Figures may not add up to totals due to rounding.
  
Quality indicators are not available for administrative regions and country of control.
  
Capital expenditures expenditures for the following subsectors are excluded: Hunting and trapping (1142), Private households (814), Aboriginal public administration (914), and International and other extra-territorial public administration (919).
  
As of 2013, organizations from every sector were asked to report their Capital expenditures on financial leases. Previously, it was the organizations holding these financial leases that were asked to report the value of these expenditures.
  
As 2013, the housing, software, and oil, mineral and gas exploration components are no longer included in the total.
  
Since the publication of the actual data for 2013, regional distribution methods have evolved. Therefore, any comparison between data for 2013 and subsequent years and data for previous years must be made with caution.
  
Sources: Institut de la statistique du Québec, Enquête sur les projets d'investissement au Québec, using data from the Ministère des Affaires municipales et de l'Occupation du territoire, the Commission de la construction du Québec, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, the Registraire des entreprises, and the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux; Statistics Canada, including the Annual Capital and Repair Expenditures Survey, the Inter-corporate Ownership product, the Building Permits Survey and the Census of Agriculture, adapted by the Institut de la statistique du Québec.
 
November 29, 2017
 

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