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1345.4 - SA Stats, Jul 2009  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 28/07/2009   
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STATE ACCOUNTS


STATE ACCOUNTS

South Australia's March quarter 2009 State Final Demand in chain volume (trend) terms was $19,144m, a 0.6% increase from the December quarter 2008. Australia's Domestic Final Demand decreased 0.3% in the March quarter 2009, to $283,026m.

No other state or territory in Australia reported growth in State Final Demand in chain volume (trend) terms during the March quarter 2009. Of the other states and territories, the largest decreases for the quarter were reported in the Northern Territory (down 2.2%) and Queensland (down 1.4%).

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 2009 HFCE was $11,378m (7.4% of the national total of $153,634m). The value of HFCE for South Australia increased by 1.5% from the December quarter 2008 to the March quarter 2009. For Australia, HFCE increased by 0.4% from the December quarter 2008 to the March quarter 2009.

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


The largest increases in expenditure in South Australia for the March quarter 2009 were for Recreation and culture (up 5.6% from the December quarter 2008), Other goods and services (up 2.6% from the December quarter 2008), Cigarettes and tobacco (up 2.4% ) and Food (up 2.0%). Expenditure on Hotels, cafes and restaurants decreased by 0.8% over this period.

For Australia, the largest increase was for Electricity, gas and other fuel (up 1.0% from the December quarter 2008), followed by Recreation and culture (up 0.8% from the December quarter 2008), Food (up 0.7%), Clothing and footwear (up 0.7%), Health (0.7%), and Communication (up 0.7%). Expenditure on Purchase of vehicles decreased 2.4% from the December quarter 2008.

HFCE, Chain volume measures, Trend, Quarterly change, South Australia - March Quarter 2009
Graph: HFCE, Chain volume measures, Trend, Quarterly change, South Australia—March Quarter 2009



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