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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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Goods used up or transformed in industrial production processes.

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Businesses with some form of engagement with overseas countries. This engagement includes:

using...

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Comprises both international visitors’ and international students’ expenditure.

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A person who travels to a country other than that in which they have their usual residence, and...

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The number of children liveborn and stillborn to a mother from a given confinement.

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The labour market statistics information release combines data from three surveys to present a...

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Refers to the most recent financial year (at August) for which the business has results available.

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is an integration project that brings together Inland Revenue administrative data with Statistics...

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The LBF is constructed monthly from all current and historic BF data, taking into account all...

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are imports of goods purchased directly by New Zealand households that have a value of less than...

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The criterion for defining a main urban area is a population of 30,000 or more.

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A person's status with respect to the marriage laws or customs of the country.

Legal marital status ...

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Sometimes referred to as marketing innovation. Activity intended to increase the appeal of goods or ...

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The point where half the population is above and half below the stated amount.

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Towns with a population of 1,000 or more, not already classified as a main or secondary urban area.

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An enterprise with two or more associated geographic units.

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Sometimes referred to as product innovation. Does not include selling new goods or services wholly...

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A relationship in which a person is not related to another person by blood, registered marriage,...

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