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United States of America - Water productivity

35.7 (US dollars per cubic meter) in 2010

In 2010, water productivity for United States of America was 35.7 US dollars per cubic meter. Water productivity of United States of America increased from 12.6 US dollars per cubic meter in 1980 to 35.7 US dollars per cubic meter in 2010 growing at an average annual rate of 30.78 %.

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What is water productivity?

Water productivity is calculated as GDP in constant prices of 2010 divided by annual total water withdrawal.

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What is United States of America water productivity?

Date Value Change, %
2010 35.7 18.72 %
2005 30.1 12.13 %
2000 26.8 37.76 %
1990 19.5 54.50 %
1980 12.6