Industry and services

Industry and services statistics aim to provide information on recent developments in Pacific economies’ industry, construction, wholesale and retail trade, and services. They are important tools for the formulation, monitoring and evaluation of economic policy. In particular, they are used for the purpose of business cycle analysis.

The indicators in this domain aim to provide recent information on developments in the sectors on the consideration. They cover developments in ares such as turnover, production/volume, prices, wages and salaries, and number of people employed.

Key Reports
  • Fiji 2017 Census Release 1
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  • Fiji 2017 Census Release 2 - Infographics
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  • Wallis and Futuna Census Fr_Tables_districts_circoncriptions_2003-2018
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  • Tonga 2016 census of population and housing: volume 1: basic tables and administrative report
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    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.