Jordan Statistical Yearbook 2013

Jordan Statistical Yearbook 2013

The Department of Statistics (DoS) in Jordan takes the pleasure in publishing the 64th issue of the Statistical Yearbook 2013, for the use by researchers, planners, policy makers, decision takers and data users at large. The current issue includes major and aggregate statistical tables only, with reference to their sources, to enable data users to refer to them for further details. It also includes major socio-economic and demographic indicators. This edition includes twentythree chapters, each of which consists of a group of related statistical tables. Most of these tables cover one year or more.

The Department of Statistics (DoS) has relied on two key sources for preparing the tables, namely: The data obtained from main sources, especially the statistical surveys carried out by the (DoS) during 2013 and previous years in addition to censuses that cover all population and social aspects in addition to various economic, agricultural and environmental sectors. The other source is the statistical data acquired from secondary sources (i.e., the administrative records of various ministries and government departments in addition to public and private institutions).

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The Department of Statistics (DoS) in Jordan takes the pleasure in publishing the 64th issue of the Statistical Yearbook 2013, for the use by researchers, planners, policy makers, decision takers and data users at large. The current issue includes major and aggregate statistical tables only, with reference to their sources, to enable data users to refer to them for further details. It also includes major socio-economic and demographic indicators. This edition includes twentythree chapters, each of which consists of a group of related statistical tables. Most of these tables cover one year or more.

The Department of Statistics (DoS) has relied on two key sources for preparing the tables, namely: The data obtained from main sources, especially the statistical surveys carried out by the (DoS) during 2013 and previous years in addition to censuses that cover all population and social aspects in addition to various economic, agricultural and environmental sectors. The other source is the statistical data acquired from secondary sources (i.e., the administrative records of various ministries and government departments in addition to public and private institutions).

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Publish Date:

2014

Issue Date:

2013

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