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St Helena : ST HELENA STATISTICAL YEARBOOK
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 13.08.2013 (Article Archived on 10.09.2013)

The newly published Statistical Yearbook is a collection of official statistics from St Helena Government (SHG) and Private Organisations.





ST
HELENA STATISTICAL YEARBOOK



 



 The newly published
Statistical Yearbook is a collection of official statistics from St Helena
Government (SHG) and Private Organisations. The yearbook consists of 9
chapters, beginning with a commentary summarising key statistics and trends,
followed by various tables and charts. Sections of the Yearbook include
Population and Vital Statistics, Public Finance, External Trade and Prices,
Wages and Employment.



 



The Statistical Yearbook is
published on the SHG website at the following link:
http://www.sainthelena.gov.sh/statistics/. Regular
statistical publications allow easy access and up-to-date figures for official
statistics on St Helena. This information is essential for monitoring, planning
and decision making.



 



The Statistical Yearbook contains
a range of information which can be used by anyone, both on Island and
overseas. Regular users of the Yearbook include Government Directorates,
Councillors, private businesses and the general public. Some examples of
information frequently used include inflation rates, population estimates and
visitor counts, often used to monitor the “health” of the Island’s economy.
Potential Investors can also view the External Trade section.



 



The Statistical Yearbook provides
a wealth of statistical evidence in one convenient location.



SHG



9 August 2013



 

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