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    PERMANENT SECRETARY MRS JOANNE DEORAJ ADDRESSES CARICOM WORKSHOP

    IN THEIR QUEST to bring about a single economic market encompassing all Caricom nations, leaders have pushed the matter of how we gauge the true status of our economies onto their highest agenda. A workshop for regional stakeholders on nationa...

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    CARICOM WORKSHOP ON NATIONAL ACCOUNTS IMPROVEMENT IN THE PRODUCTION AND DISSEMINATION OF THE SYSTEM OF NATIONAL ACCOUNTS

    A statistics workshop focusing on National Accounts is now underway in Trinidad and Tobago. The Workshop, which began on Monday13th, concludes on Friday 17th June 2016. It is being conducted as ...

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    CSO TO TRANSITION TO NATIONAL STATISTICAL OFFICE

    Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis pledged that she will do what it takes to ensure a smooth transition process as she met with the staff of the Central Statistical Office (CSO) at their 47 Frederick Street Office in Port...

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    OLD CSO BUILDING TO BE TORN DOWN

    The old Central Statistical Office at 80 Independence Squre, Port-of-Spain is to be torn down possibly this week and the Ministry of Planning and Development has assured the public that measures are being put in place on site to secure equipme...

Mr. Sterling Chadee

Mr. Sterling Chadee

Director of Statistics

Welcome

As Director of Statistics I take the opportunity to welcome and encourage users of our new website. We recognize the vital role of statistics in improving the lives of the people of Trinidad and Tobago and the need for our citizens as well as our regional and international users to access high quality, timely and relevant statistics.The Central Statistical Office is fully committed to meeting the current and evolving information needs of our citizens.

The CSO is a Division of the Ministry of Planning and Sustainable Development charged with the responsibility of taking censuses in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and collecting, compiling, analyzing and publishing statistical information relating to all social and economic activities of the people of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. This web site is our latest venture in a host of proposed activities as we seek to meet the challenges of effectively executing our responsibilities as mandated by law.

The CSO is currently engaged in transformation efforts and will aggressively pursue its ongoing program to renew its structure, business processes, and systems to increase its efficiency and robustness, and to allow more rapid responses to demands for new statistical programs or products.

As we move towards our strategic vision, it is our hope that through this web site the CSO will significantly re-engineer and re-package our traditional reports and bulletins and will generate a mix of superior products via a user friendly tool. The web site will strengthen the cohesiveness and effectiveness of Trinidad and Tobago official statistics and maintain the cooperation of our data providers. Through this medium we hope to build a warm relationship of mutual respect and trust with our data users and providers who are really our partners in the national statistical system.

On behalf of all the employees of the Central Statistical Office, I thank our stakeholders for their continued support, and I invite you to explore the website further for your data needs.

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Jun 16

PERMANENT SECRETARY MRS JOANNE DEORAJ ADDRESSES CARICOM WORKSHOP

IN THEIR QUEST to bring about a single economic market encompassing all Caricom nations, leaders have pushed the matter of how we gauge the true stat...

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Jun 16

CARICOM WORKSHOP ON NATIONAL ACCOUNTS IMPROVEMENT IN THE PRODUCTION AND DISSEMINATION OF THE SYSTEM OF NATIONAL ACCOUNTS

A statistics workshop focusing on National Accounts is now underway in Trinidad and Tobago. The Workshop, which began on Monday13th, concludes on ...

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Jun 16

CSO TO TRANSITION TO NATIONAL STATISTICAL OFFICE

Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis pledged that she will do what it takes to ensure a smooth transition process as she met with...

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Jun 15

OLD CSO BUILDING TO BE TORN DOWN

The old Central Statistical Office at 80 Independence Squre, Port-of-Spain is to be torn down possibly this week and the Ministry of Planning and Dev...

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Phone: (868) 624-7001 Ext. 243; Fax: (868) 625-9726
Website: www.cso.gov.tt
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Download Date: September 25, 2016