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Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Statistics Singapore ICT sector contributed about $25 billion in value added or 18 % to Singapore GDP 59% of Singapore households own PCs 58% of residential population are Internet subscribers Penetration rate for mobile phone is 68%

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ICT sector contributed about $25 billion in value added or 18 % to Singapore GDP

59% of Singapore households own PCs

58% of residential population are Internet subscribers

Penetration rate for mobile phone is 68%

All government departments are extensively computerised

More than 95% of companies with at least 10 employees are computerised

ICT facts on Singapore

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ICT Industry Statistics

ICT Demand Statistics

Others

E-Commerce (EC)

ICT Statistics

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ICT - Singapore

Emphasis on the technology facilitating the process and transfer of information

Includes all industries which produce, process, transmit as well as facilitate the use of information and communication

ICT -OECD

Emphasis on the development of information content and its transmission

NAICS

Definition of ICT

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Definition of ICT

Updating Industrial Classification

  • New ICT industries in SSIC 2000
  • Third party telecom/value-added network operators
  • Web hosting services
  • Cyber cafes
  • Development of e-commerce applications
  • R&D in IT.
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Census of Industrial Production

Infocomm Industry Survey

Survey of Commerce

Survey of Services

ICT INDUSTRY STATISTICS

ICT Value-Added

  • Value added and share of GDP
  • Revenue of infocomm industry
  • Growth of infocomm industry
  • Contribution of infocomm industry
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ICT INDUSTRY STATISTICS

Singapore ICT Value-Added by Sector, 1998

Biz Info & Tech Services

Computer Related Services

Other Services

0.9%

0.3%

Telecommunications

1.5%

2.2%

Manufacturing

Wholesale and Retail Trade

2.7%

10.6%

Total VA = $25 billion

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ICT INDUSTRY STATISTICS

Total ICT Sector as Percentage of GDP

Source: Measuring of ICT Sector, OECD, 2000

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ICT INDUSTRY STATISTICS

ICT Sector (minus Manufacturing) as Percentage of GDP

Source: Measuring of ICT Sector, OECD, 2000

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Census of Population

Survey of Commerce

General Household Survey

Survey of Services

Labour Force Survey

ICT INDUSTRY STATISTICS

ICT Manpower

  • ICT employment by industry/occupation/income
  • ICT employment by industry
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Infocomm Manpower and Skills Survey

National Survey of R&D in Singapore

ICT INDUSTRY STATISTICS

ICT Manpower

  • ICT R&D manpower
  • ICT R&D expenditure
  • IT skills in demand
  • Profile of infocomm manpower
  • Size and growth of infocomm manpower
  • Gap between supply and demand
  • Labour turnover of infocomm manpower
  • Training expenditure of infocomm manpower
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ICT Manpower

Updating Occupational Classification

  • New ICT occupations in SSOC 2000
  • Network systems and data communications analyst
  • Multi-media programmer
  • Network and computer systems administrator
  • IT auditor
  • IT security specialist
  • IT quality assurance specialist
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Infocomm Usage in Households Survey

Household Expenditure Survey

ICT DEMAND STATISTICS

  • Proportion of home PC ownership/internet access
  • Demographic characteristics of home PC/Internet users
  • Extent and sophistication of home PC/Internet usage
  • Impediment to home PC ownership and internet access
  • Home ownership of telephone, mobile phone, pager, fax, PC and Internet access.
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Infocomm Usage in Business Survey

ICT DEMAND STATISTICS

  • Extent of computerization among establishments
  • Extent of internet access
  • IT infrastructure in establishments
  • Barriers to adoption of IT and E-commerce in establishments
  • IT spending in establishments
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Infocomm Literacy Survey

Statistics on Telecommunications

ICT DEMAND STATISTICS

  • Infocomm literacy
  • Infocomm savviness
  • e-business savviness
  • Fixed line services
  • Mobile phone services
  • Paging services
  • Internet
  • International telephone services
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Definitions

E-COMMERCE (EC)

EC transactions

-include any form of commercial transactions of goods and services conducted over both open (e.g. Internet) and closed computer networks.

EC supporting services

-refers to services which are required for online transactions to be carried out, as well as services that facilitate the dissemination of information over the Internet and the interaction of buyers and sellers on-line.

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Electronic Commerce Survey

Survey on Commerce

Survey on Services

Monthly Retail Sales Survey

E-COMMERCE (EC)

  • questions on B2B/B2C
  • e-tailing transaction values
  • extent of adoption of EC by establishment
  • EC revenue and transactions
  • ratio of local to overseas EC revenues
  • spending on EC development and infra-structure
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Quality of Service Statistics

OTHERS

  • call success/drop-out rate
  • street level coverage
  • voice quality
  • service activation time
  • complaint rate
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OTHERS

Ad-hoc Surveys

IT Survey of Travel Agencies 1990

Survey on IT Usage in the Wholesale and Retail Sectors 1991

Survey on IT Usage Amongst the Surveying, Valuation and Real Estate Professions 1991/92

Survey on the Use of IT in Logistics Operations 1999

Broadband/Multimedia Industry Survey 2000

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Future Work on ICT Statistics

  • More focused industry-specific studies on ICT sector
  • Impact of E-commerce on GDP
  • ICT contribution to the development of KBE
  • More timely estimates of ICT share of GDP
  • Greater collaboration with other NSOs