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the mean number of people per household. It is calculated by dividing the number of people in... |
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the mean number of people per household. It is calculated by dividing the number of people in... |
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The mean number of people per household. It is calculated by dividing the number of people in... |
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The unweighted arithmetic mean increase of those surveyed salary and ordinary time wage rates that... |
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This derived variable is calculated by dividing the number of guest nights by the number of guest... |
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The total number of transactions divided by the sum of the average resident population and the... |
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The total value of transactions divided by the total number of transactions. |
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The total value of transactions divided by the sum of the average resident population and the... |
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Sum of the weekly household expenditure of people reporting a type of expenditure, divided by the... |
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Sum of the weekly household expenditure of people reporting a type of expenditure, divided by the... |
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The number of years that a person would spend in the labour force if they experienced the labour... |
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The average number of years a person would spend in the labour force if they experienced the labour ... |
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Usually the period 1946-1965, associated with high fertility rates and high numbers of births,... |
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usually someone born in the years 1946–65, a period of high fertility rates and high numbers of... |
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Usually someone born in the years 1946-1965, although the definition of the baby boom period varies ... |
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New Zealand's balance of payments statements are records of the value of New Zealand's transactions ... |
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New Zealand's balance of payments statements are records of the value of New Zealand's transactions ... |
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New Zealand's BoP statements are records of the value of the country's transactions with the rest... |
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Adjustments to the external trade statistics to bring the value of exports and imports in line with ... |
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An institutional unit is an economic entity that is capable, in its own right, of owning assets,... |
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The balance on merchandise trade plus the balance on invisibles. Commonly it is referred to as the... |
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The balance on services, plus the credits, less the debits for international investment income and... |
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This is calculated by deducting imports (fob) from exports (fob). |
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This is calculated by deducting the total debit entries from the total credit entries for the... |
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excess of current receipts over current disbursements |
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