In 2010, according to ONS provisional data, headline gross value added (GVA) in Wales was £44.517 billion, making the Welsh economy the tenth largest of the UK’s twelve regions (counting Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland alongside the nine English Government Office Regions) ahead of only Northern Ireland and the North East of England. The modern Welsh economy is dominated by the service sector.
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