The annual Balance of Payments (BOP) survey is conducted by the Statistical Office (SO) in collaboration with the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB). It collects information on economic transactions of St. Vincent and the Grenadines with the rest of the world”. Computed also, is the International Investment Position (IIP) of St Vincent and the Grenadines. This statement presents the foreign stock of financial assets and liabilities of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the Rest of the World as at a particular date.
The BOP, IIP and TISS provide very useful data that is used for policy making and analysis in a country. For example, the trade data in goods and services are used for national, regional and international trade negotiations. The inward and outward foreign investment and the payment imbalances are usually the focus of many countries. When analysed, this data provides meaningful insights about St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ ability to withstand internal and external shocks or disasters.
The main purpose of the Labour Force Survey is to measure the size of the economically active population, with the view of providing guidance in the formulation and implementation of labour-market policies and programs.
This is an annual establishment survey that collects data for measuring the current level of economic activity by industry and forecast the future growth of the economy of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. With the data, economists can also study the impacts on the economy of government policies. The data set produced is referred to as the National Accounts Statistics or Gross Domestic Product (GDP) estimates.
The Survey of Living Conditions and Household Budgets (SLC-HB) asks questions about the spending patterns of residents of St Vincent and the Grenadines. The survey looks at how much money households spend on various items such as clothing, housing, entertainment, health, car repairs, etc. The survey also looks at the quantity of food purchased, received as gifts and consumed by households.
It is part of the Enhanced Country Poverty Assessment (eCPA) which is a qualitative and quantitative study of living conditions.
This survey which is also referred to as the Tourism Expenditure Survey is designed to collect and compile estimates mainly on the revenue by type of goods and services generated by persons visiting St. Vincent and the Grenadines. This annual survey is conducted by the St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ Tourism Authority.
- Non Profit Institutions Serving Households (NPISH) (PDF ‐ 575 kb)
- ISIC B - Mining & Quarrying (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC C - Manufacturing (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC D - Electricity, Gas, Steam and Air Conditioning Supply (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC E - Water Supply, Sewerage, Waste Management Etc. (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC F - Construction (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC G - Wholesale and Retail Trade (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC H -Transportation and Storage (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC I - Accommodation and Food Services (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC J - Information and CommunicationM (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC K1 - Financial Services (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC K2- Insurance Services and Pension Funds (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC L- Real Estate Services (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC M - Professional, Scientific & Technical Activities (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC N - Administrative and Support Services (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC O - Public Administration and Defence; Compulsory Social Security (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC P - Education (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC Q - Human Health & Social Work Activities (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC R - Arts, Entertainment & Recreation (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- ISIC S - Other Services (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- BOP Form 1 - Accommodation Establishments (PDF ‐ 1 Mb)
- BOP Form 2 - Foreign Direct Investment Enterprises (PDF ‐ 726 kb)
- BOP Form 3A - Insurance Companies (Branches and Indigenous) (PDF ‐ 42 kb)
- BOP Form 3B - Insurance Agencies (PDF ‐ 755 kb)
- BOP Form 4 - Deposit Taking Institutions (PDF ‐ 716 kb)
- BOP Form 5 - Money Transfer Companies (PDF ‐ 671 kb)
- BOP Form 6 - Oil Importing Companies (PDF ‐ 710 kb)
- BOP Form 7 - Express Delivery Companies (Branches and Indigenous) (PDF ‐ 664 kb)
- BOP Form 8 - Agencies (Shipping and Express Delivery Services) (PDF ‐ 673 kb)
- BOP Form 9 - Travel Agencies (PDF ‐ 670 kb)
- BOP Form 10A- Domestic Airlines (PDF ‐ 718 kb)
- BOP Form 10B- Airlines (Regional and International) (PDF ‐ 609 kb)
- BOP Form 11B - LIAT Island Operations (PDF ‐ 586 kb)
- BOP Form 12A - Ministry of Finance ( Debt Unit) (PDF ‐ 729 kb)
- BOP Form 12B - Ministry of Finance (Treasury Department) (PDF ‐ 640 kb)
- BOP Form 13 - Statutory Bodies and Development Banks (PDF ‐ 661 kb)
- BOP Form 14 - Sea Port Authority (PDF ‐ 672 kb)
- BOP Form 15 - Airport Authority (PDF ‐ 671 kb)
- BOP Form 18 - Charitable Organisations (PDF ‐ 591 kb)
- BOP Form 19A - Foreign Embassies and Regional Organisations located in country (PDF ‐ 600 kb)
- BOP Form 19B - Resident Embassies and Consulates abroad (PDF ‐ 604 kb)
- BOP Form 20 - General Establishments Form (PDF ‐ 719 kb)
- BOP Form 21 - Universities and Colleges (PDF ‐ 719 kb)
- BOP Form 22 - Other Agencies n.e.c. (PDF ‐ 689 kb)