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Aggregate is the sum of all the values of a certain indicator. For example, total household assets...

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Agility disability includes people who have difficulty with or cannot bend, dress, grasp, cut their ...

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All buildings includes all residential and non-residential buildings

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All buildings include all residential and non-residential buildings

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ACC claims may include the costs of the medical treatment required as the result of an injury as...

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All construction is the sum of all buildings and non-building construction.

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All private New Zealand-resident households. This is the target population for the Household...

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The index series showing price movements for the weighted combination of all industry indexes.

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The indicators for ‘all injury’ include all deaths where the underlying cause of death is an...

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Provides an overall measure of changes in surveyed labour costs (i.e. All salary and wage rates,...

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Provides an overall measure of changes in surveyed non-wage labour costs (i.e. Annual leave and...

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Provides an overall measure of changes in pay rates (i.e. Salary and ordinary time wage rates and...

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includes basic research, applied research, and experimental development. We compile statistics for...

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This category combines the public and private sectors.

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Alterations and additions includes building repairs, alterations, additions, extensions,...

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Building work that is done on a pre-existing building. Adding a room, altering layout. Cannot...

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is the gradual writing-off of the value of an asset over time. It is charged on intangible assets...

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is the gradual writing-off of the value of an asset over time. It is charged on intangible assets...

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is the gradual writing-off of the value of an asset over time. It is charged on intangible assets...

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"Amount" refers to quantity of leisure time.

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The actual amount of cumulative net income remitted in the form of dividends, etc.

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Over the long term, the CPI captures the broad pattern of price change, but can be influenced by...

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A marae or gathering place which the respondent feels connected to because that is where their...

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An administrative or general servicing unit such as a head office, storage unit, laboratory, etc,...

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Where a geographic unit provides ancillary services to other units in the same enterprise or group...

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