The Consumer Price Index measures the change in the prices of a basket of goods and services consumed by households.
Merchandise trade shows the relation of an economy with other economies in the world in terms of goods imported and exported.
Gross Domestic Product provides a measure of the growth of the economy and the extent of total economic output.
Population statistics reveal much about the nature of society, the changes taking place within it and the issues arising for government and policy-making.
A labour force survey is conducted twice a year, in April and September. These surveys are conducted for the working age population (persons 14 years or older).