| ||Data are preliminary when first released. |
|na ||not available or not applicable |
|1 ||Refers to % change in latest period over the same period in the previous year. |
|2 ||Refers to % change in the previous period over the same period in the previous year |
|3 ||Classified according to Singapore Standard Industrial Classification (SSIC) 2015. |
|4 ||Refers to all manufacturing establishments. |
|5 ||Refers to total persons aged 15 years and over. Data are for mid-year. |
|6 ||Refers to Singapore residents (citizens and permanent residents) aged 15 years and over. Data are for mid-year. |
|7 ||Data under the column for '% change (y-o-y)' refer to percentage point change. |
|8 ||Refers to room-nights available for occupancy. Excludes rooms closed for renovations and staff use as declared in the statutory forms. Figures refer to hotels with 50 or more rooms. |
|9 ||Refers to Changi Airport only. |
|10 ||Include all sea-going vessels & regional ferries above 75 GT. |
|11 ||Refers to twenty-foot equivalent units.
|12 ||Does not reflect the fiscal position of the current term of government, as it takes into account land sales and capital receipts (which accrue primarily to past reserves) in addition to taxes and other revenues, as well as land-related expenditure.
|13 ||Data reflects the net issuance of Government securities and lending minus repayments.
|14 ||Refers to the Government's financial year, which begins on 1 April of the current year and ends on 31 March of the following year. Data for FY2014 are revised estimates. Figures may not add up due to rounding.
|15 ||Excludes the repayment of loans and advances, interest income, investment income and capital receipts.
|16 ||Refers to expenditure on manpower, other operating expenditure (excluding expenses on investment and agency fees on land sales), operating grants and transfers.
|17 ||Excludes loans to statutory boards, industrial and commercial enterprises and land-related expenditure. |
|18 ||Refers to discretionary transfers made by the Government and these include one-off direct transfers to businesses and households, as well as top-ups to endowment and trust funds created by the Government for specific expenditure objectives. |
|19 ||Refers to before Top-ups to Endowment and Trust Funds and Net Investment Income (NII)/Returns Contribution. |
|20 ||Refers to contributions from investment returns on reserves, where Net Investment Returns (NIR) is the sum of: (1) up to 50% of the expected long-term real returns on the relevant assets specified in the Constitution; and (2) up to 50% of the NII on the remaining assets. |
|21 ||At end of period. |
|22 ||Refers to currency in active circulation and demand deposits of private sector at end of year. |
|23 ||All local banks are full banks. |
|24 ||Excludes non-bank customers' holdings of Singapore dollar negotiable certificates of deposits. |
|25 ||Includes bills financing. |
|26 ||Figures refer to average rates compiled from that qouted by 10 leading banks and finance companies. |
|27 ||Total population comprises Singapore residents and non-residents. The resident population comprises Singapore citizens and permanent residents. |
|28 ||Refers to resident population. |
|29 ||The Singapore resident population as at June 2003 is used as the standard population which is chosen to fix the age structure to eliminate its effect on mortality trends. |
|30 ||In view of the rising proportion of marriages among persons aged 45-49 years, the data series on general marriage rate was revised in 2014 to cover the age group 15-49 years. |
|31 ||Refers to residents who are not attending educational institutions as full-time students. The data include those who are upgrading their qualifications through part-time courses while working |
|32 ||Refers to graduates from university first degree courses from National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore Management University (SMU) and Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT). |
|33 ||Refers to graduates from polytechnic diploma courses from Singapore Polytechnic, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Temasek Polytechnic, Nanyang Polytechnic and Republic Polytechnic. |
|34 ||Refers to resident households (i.e. households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident). |
|35 ||‘Total’ includes other types of dwelling not shown, e.g. non-HDB shophouses etc. |
|36 ||Includes non-privatised Housing and Urban Development Corporation (HUDC) flats. |
|37 ||Includes HDB studio apartments. |