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Small States

Economic Review and Basic Statistics, Volume 4

This economic review of small states examines the main characteristics and development problems encountered by these countries and assesses their recent economic performance in terms of major macroeconomic trends. Two other articles are also included: (1) an overview of vulnerability issues; and (2) the derivation of a composite index of the vulnerability of small states. These two subjects are highly topical for small states, in view of challenges posed to their economies by globalisation and changes in international trade regimes.

To maintain the continuity of the statistical series, the country coverage or country groupings based on income, used in previous issues of this publication have not been changed. However, in order to facilitate more indepth analysis of development issues, the expanded time-series data on key variables as well as additional information have also been given. This issue, therefore, consists of 51 tables instead of the 48 included in the previous publication.
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The set of statistical tables that follows is the nineteenth of the annual issue previously published under the title "Basic Statistical Data on Selected Countries (with populations of less than 5 million)". It attempts to bring together in 51 tables, basic data on country size with available information on selected economic and social development indicators, as well as characteristics of the major sectors of small economies. It is hoped that the statistical data presented will form a useful supplement to those available on larger countries from other sources.