Prices & Production

  • Gross Domestic Product - Per Capita Indicators

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  • Inflation Rate: All Jamaica (Point To Point)

    Inflation Rates are calculated and published each month by the Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN). Inflation measures the rate of price change for goods and services consumed in Jamaica, using the Consumer Price Index.

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  • Percentage Change In Consumer Price Indices: All Jamaica (base: December 2006)

    The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is compiled and published each month by the Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN). It is based on a basket of goods and services containing 480 items. The current series which has a base period of December 2006 reflect data captured in a Household Expenditure Survey conducted from June 2004 to March 2005. The survey covered lower and middle income households with median expenditure of $309,000 in 2004/5, representing 85 per cent of all households. The CPI for each month is computed using a weighted Laspeyres Index methodology.

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  • Consumer Price Indices: Jamaica (base: December 2006)

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  • Consumer Price Indices: Kingston & Metropolitan Area (base: December 2006)

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  • Consumer Price Indices: Other Towns (base: December 2006)

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  • Consumer Price Indices: Rural Areas (base: December 2006)

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  • Production Of Selected Commodities

    Compiled from monthly reports submitted by the Jamaica Bauxite Institute, the Bauxite Companies, the Collector General\\\'s Department, the Sugar Manufacturers\\\' Association, Banana Board, the Jamaica Public Service Company Limited and firms engaged in manufacturing. Bauxite includes bauxite converted into alumina in Jamaica. The figures for bananas refer to exports only. Figures for the other commodities are based on information provided directly by the firms involved.

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  • Rate Of Growth Of GDP Value Added By Industry At Constant (2007) Prices (Seasonally Adjusted) (%)

    Gross Domestic Product is the total value of final goods and services produced within a country\\\'s borders in a year. The change in gross domestic product (GDP) from one period to another results from the contribution of two changes, one being the change in the volume of goods and services produced, and the other in the price at which they are sold. GDP at current prices reflects both these changes, as production for the period is measured at the prices of that period. GDP at constant prices on the other hand reflects only the changes in the volume of production. This indicator measures production of the period at the prices of another period (referred to as the base year).

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  • Year Over Year Change Of Value Added By Industry At Constant (2007) Prices (Seasonally Unadjusted) (%)

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  • Gross Domestic Product Value Added By Industry At Constant (2007) Prices (Seasonally Unadjusted)

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  • Gross Domestic Product Value Added By Industry At Current (2007) Prices (Seasonally Unadjusted)

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  • Gross Domestic Product Value Addded By Industry At Constant (2007) Prices (Seasonally Adjusted)

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  • Gross Domestic Product Fiscal Year Value By Industry At Constant (2007) Prices

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  • Inflation Target And Outturn

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