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

pdfHow to generate offline maps for survey solutions in QGIS
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pdfPapua New Guinea’s Voluntary National Review 2020: progress of implementing the sustainable development goals
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pdfSamoa's Second Voluntary National Review on the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals
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Key Chart
Key Chart - 2011
International passenger flights

News & Publications

2020 pocket statistical summary

September 15, 2020
Our 2020 pocket statistical summary has arrived, providing a quick overview of statistics for the people and economies of the Pacific Community’s (SPC’s) member countries.

Pacific Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose (PACCOICOP) 2020

July 6, 2020
The Pacific Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose 2020 (PACCOICOP 2020) is a regional classification of goods and services purchased by individuals and households in the Pacific Island countries and territories.

Capacity for producing economic statistics in the Pacific - Information paper

May 28, 2020
The paper looks at the capacity of PICTs to produce a core set of economic indicators.

The Economic and Social Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Pacific Island Economies

April 29, 2020
The ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic around the world has necessitated the Statistics Development Division (SDD) of the Pacific Community (SPC) to explore it’s impact on the Pacific Island economies.