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Private FCE is the sum of household spending on consumer goods and services, and the spending on...

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Fiscal year statistics cover 1 July to 30 June.

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The total number of full-time jobs plus half the number of part-time jobs. Does not include working ...

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Jobs where the employee works for 30 hours or more per week.

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The aim is to capture active sales overseas. Overseas income is from:

• overseas sales of goods and ...

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We exclude GST from financial information used in the Business Operations Survey.

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Goods acquired for the purpose of reselling and without further processing or transformation.

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this industry grouping consists of the manufacturing; electricity, gas, water, and waste services;...

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is the total market value of goods and services produced in New Zealand within a given period,...

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The total final expenditure within a given period on goods and services by New Zealand residents...

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Grouped household income combines the total household income categories into broader income...

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The Goods and Services Tax (GST) was introduced on 1 October 1986 and is imposed on all goods and...

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For survey purposes, a ‘household’ comprises a group of people who share a private dwelling and...

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A general term for variables that describe the details of a household, such as the number of...

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Household composition classifies households according to the relationships between usually resident ...

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covers all outlays on consumer goods and services, including expenditure on durables such as motor...

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Statistics NZ’s quarterly Household Labour Force Survey (HLFS) produces a range of statistics on...

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These indirect taxes are levied on the purchaser of the taxed commodity and not on the seller so...

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Each index shows how a set of prices has changed over time. It is the change between two index...

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The benchmark with which prices in other periods are compared (eg if the index number in a later...

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The index reference period is the period for which the value of the index is set to equal 100 or...

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Indexes are used to measure the total impact of changes in the attributes of commodities which...

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The value added generated from the purchase of goods that are subsequently resold to tourists, or...

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Developing or introducing any new or significantly improved activity.

This includes activity to...

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This is a hierarchical classification which groups together enterprises who play a similar role in...

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