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Spirit-based drinks have an alcohol content less than or equal to 23 percent. They include RTDs...

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Spirits have an alcohol content greater than 23 percent.

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The joining of price series of two or more different items in order to provide a continuous price...

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Includes those temporarily absent from work (eg sick, on leave, strike, or temporary lay-off),...

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This is a tax payable in respect of the transfer of commercial land and buildings.

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A standard drink is one containing 10 grams of pure alcohol

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The overall death rate that would have prevailed in a standard population if it had experienced the ...

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These are broad geographic regions that do not conform to any legal or administrative boundaries or ...

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Broad geographic regions not conforming to any legal or administrative boundaries with no...

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The main purpose of classifying statistics by institutional sectors is to provide information that...

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In the New Zealand System of National Accounts (NZSNA) we estimate the items making up GDP and...

3

Statistically defined areas introduced at the 1971 Census to cover the seven main population...

3

A unit measurement required for commodities (items) as stated in the Customs Tariff. This...

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the entity for which we store, produce, and publish statistics. These are used to recognise units...

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The structure of each business on the Business Frame consists of an enterprise, a kind-of-activity...

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Statistical assessment of whether a change in the series is systematic or simply due to chance....

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a register of all businesses operating in New Zealand.

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Status in employment classifies employed people aged 15 years and over according to whether they...

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Refers to whether a respondent was an employee, self-employed and not employing others, an employer ...

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Status in Employment classifies employed people aged 15 years and over according to whether they...

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There are nine, 10 or 11 paid public holidays each year in New Zealand, depending on whether...

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The unit of accommodation that is available to be charged out to guests, for example, a powered...

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A male cattle castrated when young. Does not develop secondary sexual characteristics (eg large...

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A dead foetus that: weighs 400g or more when issued from its mother; or is issued from its mother...

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From 1 September 1995, stillbirth is a child born dead that either weighs 400g or more at birth or...

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