The IIP captures Japan's production, shipment and inventory trends in the form of an index with the base year
Change of base year
to calculate macro-economic indicators area normal activity which is periodically undertaken.
The main types of GHG targets are set with respect to a base year
scenario in the past, a baseline scenario in the future, or a base (historical) year emissions intensity objective (generally with the goal of reaching a lower Emissions to GDP ratio).
So, the biggest problem is that GDP base years
are out of date, and African statisticians know they are out of date, leading to wildly varying estimates of the real value of the economy.
NCSI will pubA[degrees]lish December 2013 indicators based on the two base years
(2000A[degrees]2012) in the monthly publication which will be issued in January 2014
Stops and Base Years
invariably have verbiage identifying those charges which are to be excluded from consideration as permitted operating expenses.
[1.2] Specifically, these analyses are based on matched observations on white men and white women who were wage workers in one year (the base year
) and either self-employed or employed in the wage sector in the following year.
As shown in Table 1A, when base years
close to the dates of the recessions are used to evaluate the data, in terms of GNP decline, at 1.6 percent, the 1990-91 recession was three-fifths as deep as the 2.6 percent average GNP fall of the preceding six.
[Section] 1.861-10(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
. TEI recommends that the mechanics of this rule andits application to particular years be clarified.
Awarded pricing shall remain fixed for the Base Year
Period (Base Years
* Although delaying an accumulation distribution until 1995 allows a potentially higher marginal rate year (1994) to enter the five base years
of the throwback calculation, it may not increase the beneficiary's tax.
The study showed that the proportion of household spending for food items within the index stood at 27 per cent in 2000, versus 24 per cent in the new base year