Bulletin of Industrial Statistics in the Arab Region

English, Arabic
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2411-9881 (online)
http://dx.doi.org/10.18356/6f590760-en-ar
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This Bulletin aims at providing detailed data on industrial statistics for Arab countries to be used for evidence-based analysis and policymaking. Data are drawn primarily from national sources, in addition to other sources whenever needed. Figures based on national sources are jointly compiled and verified by the Arab Industrial Development and Mining Organization and the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia. The publication is meant to be a reference for accurate and reliable data and statistical indicators from national sources covering the entire Arab region. It is designed for use of the public and private sectors, experts and researchers in the field and the regional and international organizations.
 
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ESCWA
25 Apr 2017
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260
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9789210602457 (PDF)
http://dx.doi.org/10.18356/c6348e38-en-ar

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The Bulletin of Industrial Statistics for the Arab Countries 2008-2014 provides detailed industrial data on Arab countries for users of this type of statistics, such as policymakers, analysts and researchers. The publication includes time series and indicators for the period 2008-2014. Data are drawn primarily from national sources, complemented by secondary sources when needed. The Bulletin is divided into two parts. Part I includes summary tables on overall industrial trends, including levels of output expressed as the value added per capita at constant prices; labor productivity expressed as the share of value added per employee at constant prices; the size of the contribution made by industry to gross domestic product at producers’ prices; and the average wage of employees in Arab countries. Part II contains tables of industrial statistics for each Arab country. It presents available data on the number of establishments; the number of employees; their wages and salaries; output; value added; and index numbers of industrial production.

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    The Bulletin of Industrial Statistics for Arab Countries is a biennial joint publication of the Arab Industrial Development and Mining Organization (AIDMO) and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (UNESCWA). Public and private sector entities, experts and researchers in the field of industrial and economic development in Arab countries, and regional and international organizations rely on the Bulletin as one of the most important sources of information for industrial statistics in Arab countries. It is a reference for accurate data and statistical indicators covering wherever is possible in the Arab region.

  • Standard concepts and definitions in industrial statistics
  • Symbols, abbreviations and acronyms
  • Explanatory notes

    ESCWA comprises the following member States: Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the Sudan, the Syrian Arab Republic, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates and Yemen.

  • Main Indicators for Industrial Statistics

    This part contains seven tables that highlight the prevailing trends of the industrial sectors in the Arab region through presenting some of the main indicators for industrial statistics in these countries for the period 200 -201 .

  • Industrial Statistics for Arab Countries

    This part contains eight tables on industrial statistics by Arab country (for which data are available) for the period 2008-2014. The International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities was used in the preparation of the first six tables, namely for the number of establishments; the number of employees; wages and salaries; output; value added; and index numbers of industrial production. The remaining two tables contain time series for mining and quarrying and manufacturing industries. Wages and salaries of workers, output and value added have all been calculated at current prices.

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