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1345.4 - SA Stats, Jun 2011  
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 28/06/2011  Final
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STATE ACCOUNTS


STATE ACCOUNTS

South Australia's March quarter 2011 State Final Demand in chain volume (trend) terms was $21,981m; an increase of 0.4% from the December quarter 2010 and 2.0% over the corresponding quarter of the previous year. Australia's Domestic Final Demand grew 0.8% to $330,580m in the March quarter 2011.

Of all the states and territories, decreases were recorded for the March quarter 2011 in the Northern Territory (-0.2%) and Queensland (-0.1%). The Australian Capital Territory and Western Australia reported the strongest growth for the period, up 1.7% and 1.6% respectively.

STATE FINAL DEMAND, Chain volume measures, Quarterly change, South Australia
Graph: STATE FINAL DEMAND, Chain volume measures, Quarterly change, South Australia



HOUSEHOLD FINAL CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE (HFCE)

In chain volume (trend) terms, South Australia's March quarter 2011 HFCE was $12,429m; an increase of 0.2% over the result recorded in the December quarter 2010 and representing 7.0% of the national total ($177,419m). The value of HFCE for Australia increased by 0.6% between the December quarter 2010 and March quarter 2011.

HFCE, Chain volume measures, Trend, Quarterly change
Graph: HFCE, Chain volume measures, Trend, Quarterly change


The main contributors to growth in HFCE in South Australia for the March quarter 2011 were Transport services and Operation of vehicles (up 1.4% from December quarter 2010), and Education services (up 1.2%). The largest decreases in expenditure were for Clothing and footwear (down 2.4%) and Purchase of vehicles (down 2.2%).

HFCE, Chain volume measures, Trend, Quarterly change, South Australia - March Quarter 2011
Graph: HFCE, Chain volume measures, Trend, Quarterly change, South Australia—March Quarter 2011


At the national level, expenditure increases were reported for most categories. The largest increases were for Transport services (up 2.7% from December quarter 2010), and Education services and Operation of vehicles (up 1.2%). The largest decrease in expenditure was for Purchase of vehicles (down 2.6%).


*DATA NOTES

Please refer to source publications for impact of floods on data and collections.


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