The deceleration mainly reflected a much smaller increase
in forestry sector output than in recent years. Logging provides 16%
of output but, having reached record levels, grew by only 0.5% in 2012,
compared with annual increases of around 36% in the previous 2 years
(Figure 3.34.2). Agricultural output fell in 2012 with the production
of cocoa falling by 33% and copra by 19% because of sluggish demand
overseas. Palm oil and fisheries recorded small increases in production
Sources: Central Bank of Solomon Islands; World Bank. Commodity Price Data (Pink Sheet).
http://econ.worldbank.org (accessed 15 March 2013 ( http://www.econstats.com/weo/CSLB.htm )
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