State of the Region Report 2006

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Annex 1: Economic Outlook Data Tables


 

T1: Real economic growth and increase in consumer prices for PEO economies, 2004-2007 (%)

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Note: National currency based. The weighted average is based on the respective economies' 2003-2005 total trade merchandise (see Appendix Table 8).
Source: PEO forecasters

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T2: Real export and import growth for PEO economies, 2004-2007 (%)

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Note: Export/Imports of goods and services. National currency based. The weighted average is based on the respective economies' 2003-2005 total trade merchandise (see Appendix Table 8).
Source: PEO forecasters.

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T3: Current account of the balance of payments for the PEO economies, 2003-2007 (US$B and % of GDP)

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Note: The weighted average is based on the respective economies' 2002-2004 total trade merchandise.
Source: PEO forecasters.

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T4: Forecast of contributions to real GDP/GNP growth rate for PEO economies, 2006-2007 (% per year)

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Note: National currency based. Components of GDP/GNP do not add up to overall growth rates for some economies, due to statistical discrepancies.
Source: PEO forecasters.

 

 

T5: Actual and forecast levels of short-term, long-term interest rates for PEO economies, 2004-2007 (%)

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Source: PEO forecasters.

 

 

T6: Exchange Rates, 2004-2007 (Local Currency Per US$)

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Source: PEO forecasters.

 

 

T7: GDP Deflator Index

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Note: Base year = 100 unless otherwise noted.
* Australian financial year, covering Q3-Q4 of 2003 and Q1-Q2 of 2004.
Source: PEO forecasters

 

 

T8: Trade Weights, 2003-2005 average (%)

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Source: Compiled from WTO Statistics. Trade Weights is the total merchandise (imports and exports) of each country over the total trade merchandise of PEO economies.

 

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