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Latest Indicators

Estimated Gross Domestic Product:
3.8%, Jan - Mar 2022 / Jan - Mar 2021
Gross Domestic Product Actual:
4.0%, Dec 2021
Average Consumer Price Index (CPI):
9.5%, Dec 2022 / Dec 2021
Census Population:
71,105, as of Oct 2021
2021 Life Expectancy at birth:
2021 Life Expectancy at birth - Male:
2021 Life Expectancy at birth - Female:
Estimated Population:
81,546, Year-End December 2022
Unemployment Rate:
2.1%, as at December 2022
Merchandise Imports ($):
17.8% Jul - Sep 2022 / Jul - Sep 2021
Balance of Payments Current Account Deficit % GDP:
13.6% of GDP, Dec 2021


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March 22,2023
Caymans’ human development index remained relatively stable between 2010 and 2021

For the Cayman Islands, the 2021 Human Development Index value was 0.877, which falls within the range of having a Very High Human Development Index of 0.80 and 1.0 based on the UNDP HDI Report 2021/2022. The HDI combines Gross National Income (G...

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March 22,2023
The Unemployment Rate for Second-Half of 2022 is 2.1%

Labour market estimates from the Labour Force Survey (LFS) Fall 2022 Report show the unemployment rate (the proportion of unemployed persons to the total labour force) at 2.1%. The total labour force increased by 18.3% to reach 57,582 persons. T...

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March 17,2023
Average Annual Inflation Rate was 9.5 percent for the 2022 Calendar Year

The average CPI in 2022 was 126.1, an increase of 9.5 percent over the average CPI in 2021.  This represents an increase in the overall index, driven mainly by higher prices for housing and utilities; transport, clothing and footwear; food an...

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