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Regional Economic Performance Indicators



  The Regional Economic Performance Indicators (formerly known as Regional Competitiveness and State of the Regions) is published annually. The latest version of REPI was published at 9.30 am on 24th May 2011.

‘Regional Economic Performance Indicators’ (REPI) publication provides data on a number of socio-economic indicators covering the nine English regions, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The aim of the publication is to give a balanced picture of all the statistical information relevant to regional economic performance, competitiveness and the state of the regions. The indicators shown in REPI have been designed to enable regional comparisons, whilst time series can be used to investigate change over time. REPI is a compendium publication, containing regional information sourced from several different government departments, agencies and academic organisations.

All the editions of the Regional Economic Performance Indicators (until 2008 - Regional Competitiveness and State of the Regions) compendium published so far may be accessed by the links below:

May 2011 (latest version)
May 2010
May 2009
May 2008
May 2007
July 2006
April 2005
January 2003 
September 2001


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