Transport and Communications

Communication is the process by which people exchange information or express themselves to others. Communications (plural) refer to ways of exchanging information, especially usage of phones, facsimile, mail, telegraphs or computers. On the other hand, transportation is the process or business of taking or moving goods and individuals, whether by air, land or sea from one place to another. Communication and transportation data was provided since the beginning of the eighties of the last century. These data included number of arrivals and departures by land, air and sea, incoming and outgoing mail, facsimile messages, subscribers in land lines, mobile lines, internet and cable, number of registered and new vehicles, car accidents and number of deaths and casualties due to car accidents. In addition to that, it provided data used in compiling the gross domestic product in current and constant prices for Communication and transportation activity in addition to other activities that generate the gross domestic product.