RECENT ECONOMIC STATISTICS
Australian Economic Indicators, July 2010
Australian Economic Indicators, July 2010 (cat. no. 1350.0) was released on 30 June 2010.
A monthly compendium of economic statistics, presenting comprehensive tables, graphs, commentaries, feature articles and technical notes. Primarily a reference document, the publication provides a broad basis for analysis and research on the Australian economy and includes statistics that can be applied to both macro-economic and sectoral analyses. The publication contains statistics under the following headings: national accounts, international accounts, consumption and investment, production, prices, labour force and demography, incomes and labour costs, financial markets, state comparisons and international comparisons.
Government Finance Statistics, Australia 2008-09 (Replacement Content)
Government Finance Statistics, Australia, 2008-09 (cat. no. 5512.0) was released on 22 June 2010.
There have been changes to the content which have affected the data which has subsequently been updated and replaced.
This publication presents government finance statistics (GFS) on an accrual accounting basis for each jurisdiction for general government, public non-financial corporations, the non-financial public sector, public financial corporations and the total public sector as follows:
- Operating statements;
- Cash flow statements; and
- Balance sheets.
Time series of these data are available on the ABS web site for the periods 1999-2000 to 2008-09.
Some data for Queensland:
International Merchandise Imports, Australia, May 2010
International Merchandise Imports, Australia
- In the 2008-09 period, the Queensland State Government spent $9,248 million on Health, $8,197 million on Education and $4,643 million on Transport and communications.
, May 2010 (cat. no. 5439.0) was released on 21 June 2010.
This publication presents the total imports (international trade basis) for the reference month and the two previous months, together with commodity aggregates at the one-digit level of the Standard International Trade Classification.
Some data for Queensland:
Summary of IT Use and Innovation in Australian Business, 2008-09
Summary of IT Use and Innovation in Australian Business
- In May 2010 the total customs value for International merchandise imports was $2,711 million.
- In May 2010 the customs value for International merchandise imports from Japan was $306 million, from China $299 million and from the USA $255 million.
, 2008-09 (cat. no. 8166.0) was released on 24 Jun 2010.
This electronic release contains selected summary data from the annual Business Characteristics Survey (BCS). This release presents basic outputs for Business Use of IT and Innovation in Australian Business (included in data cubes are additional data by employment size and industry). More detailed and final estimates will be released later in 2010 via Innovation in Australian Business (cat. no. 8158.0) and Selected Characteristics of Australian Business (cat. no. 8167.0).