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Business Register is a register of all economically significant businesses operating in New...

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A register of all economically significant businesses operating in New Zealand. Name change from...

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Gives the legal status of the enterprise. For example, individual, partnership, public company,...

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Gives the legal status of the enterprise. For example, individual, partnership, public company,...

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A transferee of specified estate in land.

Where a transferee is a trust, each trustee is considered ...

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The calculation base period is the period with which prices for the current period are compared...

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Calendar year statistics cover 1 January to 31 December.

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Calendar years run from 1 January to 31 December.

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Calendar year statistics cover 1 January to 31 December.

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A young cattle of either sex between birth and weaning, with eight temporary teeth. Also sometimes ...

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The energy contained in a fuel, determined by measuring the heat produced by the complete...

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Calculated either by calves weaned to number of cows mated, or calves sold to cows mated in the...

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Calculation, either of calves weaned to number of cows mated, or of calves sold to cows mated.

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This is the basic measure of an establishment's accommodation capacity. It is defined as one stay...

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is the difference between the potential and actual use of an input. Capacity utilisation is high...

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The difference between the potential and actual use of an input. Capacity utilisation is high when...

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Includes capital transfers and the acquisition or disposal of non-produced, non-financial assets....

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This account shows the types of expenditure incurred by residents in accumulating capital assets...

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records all transactions of non-financial assets, and how these are financed after net capital...

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From the March 1998 quarter, the coverage of the capital account in the quarterly statement has...

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The capital account records the accumulation of real capital items, and how these are financed...

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is a positive growth in the capital-to-labour ratio. See also ‘contribution of capital deepening’.

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Is positive growth in the capital-to-labour ratio. See also ‘contribution of capital deepening’.

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The amount spent on the purchase of new and second-hand fixed assets, less the proceeds received...

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Produced assets used repeatedly or continuously for longer than one year in industrial production...

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