But in Africa the base year
is often decades out of date.
The NCSI expenses and houseA[degrees] hold income survey also reveals shifts in the pattern of consumer spending for families in major and sub groups in 2012, when comA[degrees] pared to the pattern of consumpA[degrees]tion during the previous base year
Ten of the twelve member states which joined the EU in 2004 and 2007 have individual commitments under the Protocol to reduce their emissions to 6% or 8% below base year
levels by 2008-2012.
With the advancement of the base year
and probably a revision of commodities in the index and their weights, it is expected that the index would provide a better picture of the current scenario of prices.
The tenant on the other hand will want a base year
in which occupancy and taxes are high so that a reduction in taxes as a result of a softening market will effectively lower their real estate tax burden.
Emitters who have done nothing to reduce their GHG emissions would be put at an advantage by a government that sets 2000 as a base year
for reductions, he explains.
We will focus on the base year
provisions of the BBA and advise providers to explore potential opportunities - possibly still available to them - to significantly increase their Medicare payments during the transition period by revising their base year
The revisions to NIPA included new and revised source data, new methodological procedures, the new chain-weighted methodology for reporting real output and its components, and an updated base year
The aggregate industry data released on the reports is in the form of an index, with the base year
1991 equal to 100.
For each of these recessions and recoveries (with the exception of the recovery following the 1980 recession), we examine the changes in GNP and some of its principal subaggregates expressed in terms of 1987 prices and expenditure weights and the prices and weights of the BEA base year
closest to the event.
The UMWA index was applied to the 1981 base year
to compute the "but for" price.
861-10(e)(3)(iv)) for the year, the relevant debt-to-asset ratio for any base period year may not exceed 110 percent of the relevant base period ratio for that base year