Transport statistics provide information on areas such as vehicle ownership as well as expenditure on transport. These statistics are obtained from sources including Household Income and Expenditure Surveys and Population and Housing Censuses.
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- .statInternational Merchandise Trade Statistics (IMTS)International Merchandise Trade Statistics for the Pacific island countries and territories since 2000, per year, primary partner area, trade flow [...]
- .statEmployed population by education, occupation and economic sectorOccupation (ISCO-08) and Industry (ISIC-Rev 4) for people in employment (aged 15+) disaggregated by International Standard Education Classification (ISCED) [...]
- .statHousehold expenditureHousehold expenditure by urbanization level, budget level and type of commodity, in local currencies and USD, in amounts and proportions.
pdfAmerican Samoa Statistical Yearbook 2016
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pdfAmerican Samoa Statistical yearbook 2012
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pdfAmerican Samoa Statistical Yearbook 2010
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