Central Statistical Office


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Central Statistical Office

see Office for National Statistics.
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(22.) Central Statistical Office (Zambia), Ministry of Health (Zambia), Project Concern International (Zambia), et al.
Republic of Zambia, Women and Men in Zambia: Facts and Figures, Central Statistical Office, Lusaka, 1991.
In the foreword to the 30th issue of Social Trends, Sir Claus Moser recalls that, when appointed as head of the Central Statistical Office in 1967, he was charged with the task of developing social statistics which, for many years, had tended to be relatively neglected because of the priority given to economic statistics.
Hungria: Hungarian Central Statistical Office (KSH)
Source: Polish Central Statistical Office; McKinsey analysis Composition of private investment, 1995-98 Percent of GDP, [1] 1998 Domestic Investment Foreign investment 1995 4 1 5 1996 4 3 7 1997 4 6 10 1998 6 7 13 (1.)Gross domestic product.
Before 1989, the Central Statistical Office collected data on total employment in the economy, but "sensitive" sectors, such as the army and the police force, were not included.
Three measures were used: average wage within the region (Central Statistical Office, 1994a), unemployment rate within the region, and number of vacant jobs in job centres within the region (Central Statistical Office, 1994b).
In 1980 Finland's Central Statistical Office carried out a victim survey, by interviewing a large sample of the Finnish population, to find out how many people had during the previous twelve months sustained accidents of any kind or been victims of deliberate violence, and in 1988 they repeated it.
According to records compiled by the Central Statistical Office, there were, at the end of 1990, more than 469,000 licensed retail outlets in Poland, that is 88 per cent more than in 1989.
Britain's trade deficit in the first quarter of the year was pound sterling 2.64 billion - almost half a billion more than was originally estimated, according to Central Statistical Office figures issued on 15 June.
I also welcome the proposals made by the Central Statistical Office of Poland for the adoption of a European Statistical convention.

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