The Kiribati National Statistics Office included a specific module in the 2019 household income and expenditure survey (HIES) questionnaire in order to evaluate the impact of the government increase to the price of copra, which took effect in 2018 and where the price was increased from a minimum of $1 per kilogram to $2 per kilogram. This brief presents a summary of relevant data collected through the HIES, which was implemented
from June 2019 to April 2020.
Kiribati 2019-2020 Household Income and Expenditure Survey Report: Copra brief
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