Gross national income per capita: USD 1,330.?
Gross domestic product (GDP) per capita: USD 1,376 (2012).?
GDP real growth rate: 1.9% (2014 est.).?
GDP composition by sector of origin: agriculture: 9.2%; industry: 26.8%; services: 64%.?
Currency: Yemeni Rials (YER). 1 USD = YER 214 (June 2015).?
Inflation: Inflation of consumer prices was 19.5% in 2011; 9.9% in 2012; 11% in 2013. Inflation was 15.3% in 2011; 1% in 2012; 7.9% in 2013.?
Budget: In 2014, government revenue was USD 10.26 billion; expenditure was USD 14.34 billion.?
Unemployment: In 2010, unemployment was estimated at over 52%.? The 2014 estimate was 27%.?
Labour force per occupation: Most people are employed in agriculture and herding; services, construction, industry, and commerce account for less than 25% of the labour force.?
Main export products: crude oil, coffee, dried and salted fish, liquefied natural gas.?
Main export partners: China 29.4%, South Korea 16%, Thailand 14.7%, India 8.8%, Japan 6.1%, UAE 5% (2013).?
Main import products: Food and live animals, machinery and equipment, chemicals.?
Main import partners: China 15.5%, UAE 13.4%, India 9.5%, Saudi Arabia 6.3%, Kuwait 4.7%, Turkey 4.4% (2013).?
Key industries: The economy is founded on revenue from oil and natural gas. Smaller industries include small-scale production of cotton textiles, leather goods, food processing, handicrafts, aluminium products, cement, and commercial ship repair.?
Remittances: USD 3.343 billion in personal remittances in 2013.? Mass expulsions of Yemeni workers from Saudi Arabia, following a campaign to deport undocumented migrants which began in 2013, could result in estimated USD 1 billion in lost remittances over the coming years.? In 1991, unemployment became a major issue when hundreds of thousands of Yemenis returned from the Gulf states.?