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The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is the Government agency responsible for the collection of statistics in Australia. They collect, collate and report on data from the Census of Population and Housing, from surveys and from other government agencies.
The ABS collects and makes available statistics covering the economy, people, health, environment & energy, regions and industry.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) conducts the Census of Population and Housing every five years. The Census aims to count the number of people in Australia and record their key characteristics (age, country of birth, main language spoken at home, religion, martial status, employment, income and family characteristics) and the dwellings in which they live.
Links to other international statistical agencies and related sites.
Country information on a range of different topics: Mortality and burden of disease; health systems; environmental health; noncommunicable diseases; infectious diseases; health equity; road safety; etc.
The ESCAP online statistical database provides a regional perspective on development issues in Asia and the Pacific. The database, covering the 58 regional ESCAP Member States and Associate Members, contains 900 data series on a wide range of topics on population, education, health, poverty and inequalities, gender, economy, environment and connectivity. The online database is updated twice a year.
The UN Statistics Division compiles and disseminates global statistical information, develops standards and norms for statistical activities, and supports countries’ efforts to strengthen their national statistical systems. Economic, demographic, social, environment and energy statistics can be found here, along with the National Statistical Offices for member countries.
Find international trade figures for commodities and commercial services such as transport and financial services.
Access to over 600 development indicators, with time series for 208 countries and 18 country groups from 1960 onwards, where data are available. Data includes social, economic, financial, natural resources, and environmental indicators.