Economy

User will find historical and current analytical tables of SPC-member countries on topics such as gross domestic product, prices, trade in goods, trade in services, balance of payments, tourism arrivals, tourism earnings and employment. Users can also explore analytical regional tables to see how countries are doing relative to each other, and ascertain their relative contribution to the Pacific region.

1 - No Poverty2 - Zero Hunger3 - Good Health and Well-Being4 - Quality Education5 - Gender Equality6 - Clean Water and Sanitation7 - Affordable and Clean Energy8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth9 - Industry Innovation and Infrastructure10 - Reduced Inequalities11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities12 - Responsible Consumption and Production13 - Climate Action14 - Life Below Water15 - Life Land16 - Peace Justice and Strong Institutions17 - Partnerships Goals
Key Reports
  • Countries IMTS Tables
    IMTS Link
  • Regional Government Revenue 2005-2018
    27.4 KBDownload
  • Regional Government Recurrent Expenditure
    18.14 KBDownload
  • Regional Inflation Rates 2005-2017
    24.91 KBDownload
  • Key Chart
    Key chart
    Principal-exports-Cooks

    News & Publications

    Solomon’s biggest nationwide Population Census operation underway

    November 4, 2019
    The Solomon Islands 2019 National Population and Housing Census operation has commenced (Monday 4th November 2019). The new initiative is a move that looks to replace and end the exercise with a digital alternative in the future.

    Wallis and Futuna Household Income and Expenditure Survey 2019/2020

    October 31, 2019
    SPC runs Household Income and Expenditure Survey training in Wallis from 14th to 25th October 2019

    International Merchandise Trade Statistics (IMTS) Training

    October 17, 2019
    Papua New Guinea National Statistical Office (NSO) hosted the IMTS in-country Training Course from 14-17 October 2019.

    Coastal proximity of populations in 22 Pacific Island Countries and Territories

    October 4, 2019
    The coastal zones of Small Island States are hotspots of human habitation and economic endeavour. In the Pacific region, as elsewhere, there are large gaps in understandings of the exposure and vulnerability of people in coastal zones.