In the days of the Blue Climate Summit, the French Polynesian Institute of Statistics published a study on the benefits of the blue economy. In 2019 (pre-pandemic), after 5 years of southern crisis, it represents 5.2% of the PIB and 4.5% of the solarium. These are port services that are more advanced than the period. It is important to have an important potential for development, but it has been monitored and monitored.
Dotée du 2e moine maritime domain, the Polynesia found in the blue economy a potential for traffic development. The ISPF examines the crisis of this sector in 2015 and 2019 and is part of the economy of the country, in terms of accounting, perliculture and aquaculture, maritime transport, fabrication and repair and naval repair location and location of sailors.
Globally, the blue economy has a definite representation in 2019 and a value of 28.5 billion Fcfp, in the house of 9% in 2015. soit 4.5% de l’ploy marchand, dont prè de la moitié dans les services et le transport maritime.
The maritime transport industry, port services, plaicance, fabrication and repair are represented by 66% of the value of the economy of the blue economy.
- The maritime transport of passengers is the most important part of Outre-mer, and in 2019 it includes 1.6 million passengers per year, 99% in Tahiti and Moorea. However, some of the liaisons with and between the islands of Sous-le-Vent are appealing to cross with the offer of new offers. This branch employs 698 people and represents 10% of the total energy consumption of Polynesia.
- The port services employ 725 employees in 70 companies. This is the most important value of the economy of the blue economy (9.5 billion Fcfp, in a crisis of 30% over 5 years).
- The location and location of the voyages are also close to a strong birth rate representing 9% of the tourist frequency (17,500 international tourists and 1,800 residents). The sector, which offers charter is superior to the New Zealand, has about 10 companies and 150 saloons, and is valued in 2019 and is worth 1.9 billion Fcfp. Confidence in the rest of the world, from the ISPF, which notes that this is the management of the spades, the zones of moulgege and the frame of regulation regulated by a crucial period of acceptance of the population.
- The concert cruise, el, 108,000 international visitors in 2019 (against 89,000 in 2015), dont 45,000 intra-Polynesian tourists who have paid 7 billion Fcfp in the days of navigation, the rest of the Trans-Pacific cruisers.
- The fabrication and repair work is done by 150 companies employing 273 people, essentially for the construction of fishing boats. The value of this sector (1.9 billion) at an increase of 60% in 5 years.
In the field and aquaculture, they represent 2% of PIB Polynesia and employ more than 1,100 people. The products produced by the Board are destinations for local consumption: 13,500 tonnes against 1,600 tonnes exported. The subsistence level is consequential: 4 points out of 5 are not available. The number of naves from the haute couture is past 61 in 2015 to 72 in 2019, and it has a total of 350 boats for the hairdresser. The ISPF notes that the surveillance of the ZEE, the mass in the place of rahui to protect the stocks and a zone of pecks plus fin sont essentials for a harmonious development of the sector.
Quantity of aquaculture, 90% of the number of cases are genres for bleaching of blue shrimp dont produce for 60% in 2015 and 2019. The amount of money is small, touched by young bacteria, and taste of 10 to 20 tons per month.
Enfin la perliculture compte 693 producteurs de nacres et de perles, et emploie 842 personnes en equivalent temps plein. The gram price is past 590 Fcfp in 2015 to 270 Fcfp in 2020. Perliculture does not represent more than 0.5% of PIB. 72% of the surface, which is secretly located in Tuamotu, is one of the most important and important larvae found by the end, which is one of the most common plastic pollution directly exploited. The development of the branch, these last years, is concentrated in Gambier.
Poisons and pearls representing 54% of Polynesian recipes for export, of the order of 8.5 billion per month.
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