e-Monthly Bulletin  ::: Issue No.106 ::: 06/07/2015
 

Press Releases

Preliminary estimates at constant prices showed a decrease of 0.8% in GDP in Palestine during the 1st quarter 2015 compared to the 1st quarter 2014
The overall Producer Price1 Index (PPI) for  Palestine with its base year (2011=100) reached 103.81 in May 2015, as it decreased by 1.16% compared to April 2015
Construction Cost Index (CCI), Road Cost Index (RCI), Water Networks Cost Index (WNCI) and Sewage Networks Cost Index (SNCI) in the West Bank during May, 05/2015
Exports decreased in April, 2015 by 2.8% compared to March, 2015.

The Deficit in Current Account is USD323.4 Million

The primary results of the IIP (external assets foreign liabilities) for Palestine at the end of first quarter 2015 revealed that the net IIP amounted to about USD 1,308 million

66% of Palestinians who were living in Historic Palestine (British-Mandated Palestine) in 1948 were Expelled and Displaced

The overall Consumer Price Index (CPI) for Palestine during May 2015 decreased by 0.46% compared with April 2015
Because of the small area of ​​Palestine, which is about 6,020 km2, population density is acute, mainly in Gaza Strip, where live around 1.76 million people on a besieged area of 365 km2
The overall Quantity of Industrial Production Index (IPI) in Palestine reached 99.82 during April 2015 with an increase of 5.23% compared to the previous month

New Publications

Transport Survey: Outside Establishments Sector 2014 Main Results
Jerusalem Statistical Yearbook, 2015
Manual of Statistical Indicators Provided by Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics 2015 (in English only)
Hotel Activities in the West Bank - First Quarter, 2015
Manual of Statistical Indicators Provided by Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics 2015 (in Arabic only)
Construction Statistics : Existing Buildings Survey - 2014

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