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Revenue Statistics in Asian and Pacific Economies

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The Revenue Statistics in Asian and Pacific Economies publication is jointly undertaken by the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration and the OECD Development Centre with the co-operation of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Pacific Island Tax Administrators Association (PITAA), and the Pacific Community (SPC) with the financial support of the European Union and the Government of Japan. It compiles comparable tax revenue statistics for Australia, the Cook Islands, Fiji, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Samoa, Singapore, the Solomon Islands, Thailand and Tokelau and comparable non-tax revenue statistics for the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Tokelau. The model is the OECD Revenue Statistics database which is a fundamental reference, backed by a well-established methodology, for OECD member countries. Extending the OECD methodology to Asian and Pacific economies enables comparisons of tax levels and tax structures on a consistent basis, both among Asian and Pacific economies and with OECD, Latin American and Caribbean and African averages.

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Table 3.16 - Gross domestic product for tax reporting years at market prices, national currency

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Revenue Statistics in Asian and Pacific Economies 2018 - © OECD 2018

‌3.16Gross domestic product for tax reporting years at market prices, national currency
‌‌
‌1997‌
‌2000‌
‌2007‌
‌2010‌
‌2011‌
‌2012‌
‌2013‌
‌2014‌
‌2015‌
‌2016‌
Australia 1,2
588
 
705
 
1 176
 
1 414
 
1 497
 
1 534
 
1 596
 
1 621
 
1 660
 
1 755
 
Cook Islands 2
..
 
..
 
321 100
 
358 250
 
367 650
 
370 300
 
374 300
 
395 150
 
411 550
 
419 800
 
Fiji
3 018
 
3 572
 
5 440
 
6 024
 
6 769
 
7 110
 
7 716
 
8 462
 
9 150
 
9 785
 
Indonesia
754 614
 
1 520 683
 
4 323 057
 
6 864 133
 
7 831 726
 
8 615 705
 
9 546 134
 
10 569 705
 
11 526 333
 
12 406 774
 
Japan 1
533 338
 
528 513
 
530 997
 
499 281
 
494 017
 
494 478
 
507 246
 
518 469
 
533 895
 
539 373
 
Kazakhstan
1 672
 
2 600
 
12 850
 
21 816
 
29 380
 
31 015
 
35 999
 
39 676
 
40 884
 
46 971
 
Korea
530 347
 
635 185
 
1 043 258
 
1 265 308
 
1 332 681
 
1 377 457
 
1 429 445
 
1 486 079
 
1 564 124
 
1 641 786
 
Malaysia
282
 
356
 
665
 
821
 
912
 
971
 
1 019
 
1 107
 
1 157
 
1 230
 
New Zealand 1,2
105
 
122
 
189
 
206
 
215
 
219
 
237
 
245
 
258
 
274
 
Papua New Guinea
10 638
 
14 630
 
28 304
 
38 752
 
42 642
 
44 372
 
47 721
 
56 621
 
63 567
 
70 707
 
Philippines
2 689
 
3 581
 
6 893
 
9 004
 
9 708
 
10 561
 
11 538
 
12 634
 
13 322
 
14 481
 
Samoa 2,3
733
 
867
 
1 598
 
1 693
 
1 804
 
1 841
 
1 853
 
1 908
 
2 002
 
2 094
 
Singapore 4
150
 
168
 
276
 
331
 
351
 
366
 
385
 
401
 
419
 
434
 
Solomon Islands
1 840
 
1 938
 
3 949
 
5 493
 
7 127
 
7 825
 
8 250
 
8 646
 
9 139
 
9 798
 
Thailand
4 695
 
4 989
 
8 847
 
10 621
 
11 372
 
11 776
 
12 871
 
13 129
 
13 592
 
14 325
 
Tokelau 2
..
 
..
 
8 399
 
9 597
 
10 250
 
10 595
 
11 501
 
12 355
 
14 223
 
14 838
 
..
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Note: All units are in billions except for the Cook Islands, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, the Solomon Islands and Tokelau. Due to the size of their economies, the GDP figures for the Cook Islands and Tokelau are expressed in thousands while they are in millions for Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, the Solomon Islands
Disclaimer: http://oe.cd/disclaimer
1.
The year Y is calculated (at annual rate) as the average of: Q2(Y) to Q1(Y+1) for Japan; and Q3(Y) to Q2(Y+1) for Australia and New Zealand.
2.
Data are reported on a fiscal year basis beginning 1st July. For example, the data for 2016 represent the period from July 2016 to June 2017.
3.
The year Y is calculated using the formula GDP(Y)/2+GDP(Y-1)/2. This is done in order to make the value of the GDP correspond more closely to a July(Y-1)-to-June(Y) fiscal year.
4.
The year Y is calculated using the formula GDP(Y)*3/4+GDP(Y+1))/4 in order to make it correspond more closely to an April(Y)-to-March(Y+1) fiscal year.
Source: OECD National Accounts data for Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Korea and New Zealand; National statistical offices for the Cook Islands and Tokelau; CEIC for Kazakhstan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Singapore; IMF'sWorld Economic Outlook(April 2018) for Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa and the Solomon Islands.

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