Rob Sequin | Havana Journal
The National Statistics Office (ONE) is charged with gathering and integrating Cuba’s economic and population statistics in an efficient manner and to provide the information required for economic planning and behavior analysis of the economy. ONE is in charge of gathering and reporting on economic statistics regarding State, cooperative, mixed and private economic entities. The organization also conducts population censuses and social surveys.
Cuba’s National Statistics Office has recently released several new reports, in bold below.
Salary in Numbers for 2010
This report features salary information, data on average wages by territory and class economic activity.
1. Average monthly wage in state agencies and mixed by province. Includes a series of monthly average wage by province from 2005 to 2010 and average monthly salary graphic entities state and enterprises in the period 2005-2010.
2. Average monthly wage in state institutions and mixed by kind of economic activity. Showing a series of monthly average wage class economic activity from 2005 to 2010, including a chart with the Average monthly wage by type of economic activity in 2010.
Investment costs for environmental protection in 2010
This publication aims to update the behavior of the physical execution of investment expenditures on environmental protection activities for the year 2010 with a breakdown by environmental sectors. Also reflects the implementation of environmental investments by watersheds of national interest and selected bays.
Capital expenditure for environmental protection for environmental sector
Capital expenditure for environmental protection by province
Structure of investment expenditures by provincial environment
Enforcement of environmental investments for environmental activity, as provinces in 2010
Investment costs of environmental protection activities in relation to total investment
Environmental investments by economic activity
Implementation of investment expenditure, by area and environmental activity
Structure of environmental investment expenditure, by area and activity
Investment environment in watersheds of national interest and selected bays
Investment structure of the environment in river basins of national interest and selected bays
Variation of environmental investment expenditure in watersheds of national interest and selected bays
Investments for the environment by activities in watersheds of national interest and selected bays, 2010
Environmental investment in watersheds of national interest and selected bays and relation to total environmental investment, 2010
Environmental investment structure in watersheds of national interest and selected bays, 201
Institutional Organization figures for 2010
This publication shows the number of fundamental entities for territory and activity according to their form of economic organization and administration.
The source of the data comes from the State Register of enterprises (REEUP), the State Register of Agricultural Non-State Entities (REEANE) and the Register of Basic Units of Cooperative Production (REUCO) where they are registered as agricultural cooperatives (CPA, CCS and UBPC) and the administrative listing of 100% owned Cuban Corporations.
Main forms of organization entities for years 2004-2010
Major entities by forms of organization and territories, year 2010
Major entities by forms of organization and economic activity in 2010
Construction figures for 2010
This publication features information about the houses built by the Cuban government, cooperatives and the public. The data presented are from the National Statistical Information System (NEIS) and from the Supplementary Statistical Information System (SIEC ) of the National Housing Institute.
Completed dwellings by province
Completed dwellings, structure and dynamics
Completed works, structure and dynamics
Value of works, structure and dynamics.
Quantity and capacity of dams in operation by province, 2007 - 2010
Investment figures for 2010
This report provides an overview of the investment process in the Civil Sector in Cuba. Tables included provide information about investments as reported by the National Statistical Information System (NEIS).
Volume of investments by component period 2001 2005
Volume of investments by component period 2006-2010
Investment volume of components, structure and dynamics, from 2001 -2005
Investment volume of components, structure and dynamics, between 2006 -2010
Volume of investments by kind of economic activity, period 2001-2005
Volume of investments by kind of economic activity, period 2006-2010
Structure of investment by type of economic activity, period 2006-2010
Volume of investments by provinces, 2001 - 2005 period
Volume of investments by provinces, the period 2006 - 2010
Population figures for 2010
This report contains official estimates of the population of the country, provinces and municipalities to December 31, 2009 and 2010. The information is important in order for the Cuban government to understand population variations since Provinces were added and modified by law in January 2010. These changes affected 106 municipalities and 11 provinces and created the provinces of Artemisa and Mayabeque. The report shows information about population growth, population movement and and the changes that occurred within the boundaries of municipalities and provinces from December 31, 2009 to December 31, 2010.
Education: Summary of the 2009/2010 and current school year
This publication shows information about the educational activity in different levels of education, courses, enrollment, teaching staff, schools, graduates by level and specialty, etc. All information is broken down by sex, levels of education and research system covering education from nursery school to higher education.
1. Primary and secondary school enrollment - includes tuition by level of education and provinces for the 2010/2011 academic year
2. Total operating centers in education, primary, secondary, special and adult - includes information for the total operating centers around the country teaching and provincial levels for the 2010/2011 academic year
3. Total teaching staff and in front of classroom - includes all total staff in front of the classroom and working in the system 2010/2011 academic year education
4. Higher Education Enrollment - includes all tuition for higher education by fields of science, type of course and provinces for the year 2010/2011
5. Teaching staff by Categories and Institutions of Higher Education
6. Graduates primary, middle and upper - includes all information for graduates by level of education and provinces for the year 2009/2010
7. Participants in postgraduate education 2005 and 2010 series
Visitor arrivals for through April 2011
For the past seven years, Cuba has enjoyed two million or more tourists each year. Based on the current rate of visitors to the island so far in 2011, Cuba is now predicting that 2.7million tourists will visit Cuba in 2011 and that would be a record breaking amount of people.
This report shows a growth in arrivals of 11.9% in the first four months of 2011, compared to the same period of 2010.
From January to April, Cuba received 1,179,963 international travelers while just in April Cuba attracted 275,401 tourists, an increase of 13.4% in comparison with the same month of 2010, and 16.5% more than April 2009. Such figures represent 18.4% more than in 2008 and 33.4% over the results in 2007.
Havanatur accounted for more than 600,000 clients in the first four months of 2011.
Cuba is working to move up from the third most popular Caribbean travel destination by increasing Cuba’s competitiveness by raising quality standards, highlighting the culture, history and traditions of the country.
In 2010, almost 3,000 new hotels rooms were built mostly in Varadero and the Cayo Santa Maria tourist destinations. Cuba has more than fifty thousand hotel rooms in about 300 hotels across Cuba.