Samoa Economy

The Samoa Economy

This is a case study on the role of traditional social institutions in economic development in Western Samoa. West Samoa continues to be predominantly agricultural and the village communities have an economic base of agriculture and fishing. The transition to a green economy:

Aims of Samoa Economic Profiles (Subcategories)

Samoa's economy has a long tradition of reliance on foreign assistance, as well as transfers from families abroad, farming and fisheries. It is susceptible to disastrous wind. At the end of September 2009, an earthquake and the resulting Samoa tidal wave seriously affected Samoa and the neighboring American Samoa, causing disruption to transport and electricity production and killing some 200 people.

Samoan authorities have demanded the de-regulation of the finance industry, the promotion of investments and the continuation of budgetary rigour while at the same token safeguarding the milieu. Opinion leaders point to the labour market's flexibilty as a basis for further progress in the economy. Normalising the figures by divising the budgetary deficit by GNP allows simple comparison between jurisdictions and indicates whether a country is saving or borrowing moneys.

High deficit economies (relative to GDP) generally have greater difficulties in finding resources to fund expenditure than they have. This figure is computed on an interchange rates base, i.e. not in PPPs. This figure is computed on an interchange rates base, i.e. not in PPPs.

Data per head for the same year. Purchased price GNP is the total value added of all economically active manufacturers plus any applicable production tax and less any subsidy not contained in the value of the goods. Dollars for GNP are translated by local currency at the year' s average rate of change.

In a few jurisdictions where the formal currency translation does not represent the effective currency translation rates for real currency operations, an alternate translation is used. BIP > Breakdown by source area > Services: The following table is based on Economy > GDP > Breakdown by source which shows where output occurs in an economy.

It shows the share of agricultural, industrial and service sectors as a proportion of overall GNP and will amount to 100 per cent of GNP when the figures are exhaustive. The service sector includes public sector activity, communication, transport, financial and all other forms of activity not producing physical goods. It is the value of the goods and service provided within a country in a given year.

It is the total value of all goods and goods supplied in a given economy at purchase price parities (PPPs), which are measured at the United States' current price. That is the level most economies favour when looking at per head well-being and compare livelihoods or resource use between states.

This is a hard task to calculate as all goods and provision of service in the US must be allocated a US value, irrespective of whether these goods and provision of service in the United States have a straight equivalents (e.g. the value of an animal car or non-American defence equipment); therefore, the EUCP estimations for some coutries are for a small and sometimes different rate of goods and provision of them.

Moreover, many of them are not officially involved in the World Bank's public-private partnership projects, which calculate these actions, and the resulting GNP estimations for these may be inaccurate. To a large number of developed economies, PPP-based measurements of GNP are a multiple of the OER. For most weather-dependent industrialised nations, the gap between OER and KKP is generally much smaller.

Number of inhabitants per head, in terms of 1. It shows GDP on a PPP ratio split by total populations as of 1 July of the same year. It is the GDP or the value of all goods and sevices manufactured within a country in a given year.

It is the total value of all goods and goods supplied in a given economy at purchase price parities (PPPs), which are measured at the United States' current price. That is the level most economies favour when looking at per head well-being and compare livelihoods or resource use between states.

This is a hard task to calculate as all goods and provision of service in the US must be allocated a US value, irrespective of whether these goods and provision of service in the United States have a straight equivalents (e.g. the value of an animal car or non-American defence equipment); therefore, the EUCP estimations for some coutries are for a small and sometimes different rate of goods and provision of them.

Moreover, many of them are not officially involved in the World Bank's public-private partnership projects, which calculate these actions, and the resulting GNP estimations for these may be inaccurate. To a large number of developed economies, PPP-based measurements of GNP are a multiple of the OER. For most weather-dependent industrialised nations, the gap between OER and KKP is generally much smaller.

It is the value of the goods and service provided within a given year in a given year. Countries' countries' GDP expressed at buying force parities (PPPs) is the total value of all goods and goods and goods offered in the countries which are measured at the United States' current market price.

That is the level most economies favour when looking at per head well-being and compare livelihoods or resource use between states. This is a hard task to calculate as all goods and provision of service in the US must be allocated a US value, irrespective of whether these goods and provision of service in the United States have a straight equivalents (e.g. the value of an animal car or non-American defence equipment); therefore, the EUCP estimations for some coutries are for a small and sometimes different rate of goods and provision of them.

Moreover, many of them are not officially involved in the World Bank's public-private partnership projects, which calculate these actions, and the resulting GNP estimations for these may be inaccurate. To a large number of developed economies, PPP-based measurements of GNP are a multiple of the OER. For most weather-dependent industrialised nations, the gap between OER and KKP is generally much smaller.

Data per head for the same year. Purchased price GNP is the total value added of all economically active manufacturers plus any applicable production tax and less any subsidy not contained in the value of the goods. Dollars for GNP are translated by local currency at the year' s average rate of change.

In a few jurisdictions where the formal currency translation does not represent the effective currency translation rates for real currency operations, an alternate translation is used. Data per head for the same year. Monthly rates of price increases > CPI: more: inflation rate > consumer prices: The number of travellers (overnight guests) is the number of travellers who, for a maximum of 12 month, are travelling to a different destination than their habitual place of abode but outside their familiar surroundings and the primary objective of which is to visit an occupation other than that paid for from the destination state.

Arrival origins and survey methodologies vary from country to country. The number of flights is restricted for some destinations to arrival by plane and for others to arrival in a hotel. In certain states there are foreign residents, in others not. Therefore, a comparison of arrival times between different destinations should be made with care.

For example, a traveler who makes several journeys to a particular destination in a given timeframe is always considered a newcomer. "Per head count per 1,000 inhabitants. The CIA World Factbooks 18. 18 décembre 2003 bis 28. März 2011 ; CIA World Factbooks 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 ; CIA World Factbooks 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 ; CIA World Factbooks 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.

World Bank populations: 1. United Nations Department of Human Settlements. Global Demographics, (2) United Nations Statistics Division. Demographics and vital statistics report (various years), (3) Census report and other statistics published by NSIs, (4) Eurostat: International database; World Bank and OECD aggregates; CIA World Factbook 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013; CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 28 March 2011.

World Bank populations: 1. United Nations Department of Human Settlements. Global Demographics, (2) United Nations Statistics Division. Demographics and vital statistics report (various years), (3) Census and other statistics published by NSIs, (4) Eurostat: International database; World Bank and OECD aggregates.

World Bank populations: 1. United Nations Department of Human Settlements. Global Demographics, (2) United Nations Statistics Division. Demographics and vital statistics report (various years), (3) Census and other statistics published by NSIs, (4) Eurostat: International database; Human Development Report 2006, United Nations Development Programme; World Tourism Organisation, Yearbook of Tourism Statistics, Compendium of Tourism Statistics and datafiles.

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