Estimated effects (MSCR) of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Seychelles domestic economy.
|Activities||Δ Demand||Δ Output|
|Manufacture of fishery products||−777||−1180|
|Manufacture of other food||−40||−301|
|Manuf. of beverage & tobacco||−52||−259|
|Electricity, gas, steam||0||−219|
|Water supply; sewerage, waste||0||−47|
|Wholesale and retail trade; repair||−208||−427|
|Transportation and storage||−498||−985|
|Accommodation and food service||−869||−1023|
|Information and communication||−114||−342|
|Financial and insurance activities||-90||−262|
|Real estate activities||−31||−217|
|Owner occupied dwellings||0||−263|
|Professional, scientific and technical||−154||−440|
|Administrative and support service||0||−331|
|Public administration and defence||0||−430|
|Human health and social work||0||−110|
|Arts, entertainment and recreation||0||−89|
|Other service activities||0||−46|
|Macroeconomic variables||Δ result|
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