Dataset: Revenue Statistics PACIFIC Details of Tax Revenue - Solomon Islands
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Solomon Islands Ministry of Finance and Treasury
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Solomon Islands Dollar
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29-Nov-18
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Year ending 31st December.

The data are on a cash basis.

Figures exclude tax revenues collected by sub-national governments as the data are not available.

Some revenues (e.g. customs fees, penalties) amounting to about 1 million in 2016 are considered as non-tax revenues according to the OECD classification, described in the interpretative guide in Annex A. The national classification of Solomon Islands classifies these revenues as tax revenues.

Heading 5123: the data for 2008 are estimated as they are not available.
Dataset: Revenue Statistics PACIFIC Details of Tax Revenue - Solomon IslandsContact person/organisation
OECD.RevenueStatistics@oecd.org
Direct source
Solomon Islands Ministry of Finance and Treasury
Unit of measure usedSolomon Islands DollarPower codeMillionsDate last updated
29-Nov-18
Key statistical concept
Year ending 31st December.

The data are on a cash basis.

Figures exclude tax revenues collected by sub-national governments as the data are not available.

Some revenues (e.g. customs fees, penalties) amounting to about 1 million in 2016 are considered as non-tax revenues according to the OECD classification, described in the interpretative guide in Annex A. The national classification of Solomon Islands classifies these revenues as tax revenues.

Heading 5123: the data for 2008 are estimated as they are not available.