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Social Indicators and Millennium Development Goals
Estimated
Population (2008)
36,605
Population (2001) 19,886
Average HH Size (2001) 2.8
Constant GDP Growth Rate (2007p) 11.2
Constant GDP (US$'000) (2007p) 632,052
Imports (US$ '000) (2008p) 591,252
Exports (US$ '000) (2008p) 24,769
Inflation Rate (2007) 3.7%
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Date last updated: September 14, 2009
  

The Statistical Office is one of the two units in the Department of Economic Planning and Statistics and is tasked to maintain and coordinate a quality statistical service that provides timely and accurate information to assist public and private sector management and decision-making.
Historical Background
Statistical Unit Structure
Statistical Unit Legislation
Statistical Unit Plans and Programs

Prior to 1993, the Statistical Office was a Statistical unit that operated within the Financial Secretary's Office until it was disbanded in 1993. However, with the joint efforts of the Government of TCI, the Caribbean Development Bank and the CARTAC, through the Institutional Strenghtening of Statistical Services Project, the Statistical Office was established anew in 1999 and since then continued to work in building statistical databases for theTCI.

The TCI Statistical Office is relatively young in this field but the staff, former and current, had done much in the collection and maintenance of statistical data series that is meeting international standards. In addition, the efforts of the Statistical Office had already received favorable acknowledgements from the Caribbean Statistical Community.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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