base year

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base year

[′bās ‚yir]
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Chart 2 shows the production weights by industry sectors for the base years 2005, 2010, and the latest, 2015.
Summary: Contract term is for four base years, with a five-year extension option
According to the African Development Bank (AfDB), there are 19 countries in Africa where the GDP base year is more than a decade old, and at least io countries where it is much older still - the Democratic Republic of Congo and Equatorial Guinea have base years that are 30 years old.
The NCSI will publish the December 2013 indicators based on the two base years (2000A[degrees] 2012) in the monthly publication which will be issued in January 2014.
4940(e)(2), the minimum equals the average fair market value (FMV) of current-year noncharitable assets, multiplied by the average payout (as a percentage of asset value) for the past five base years, plus 1% of current-year NII.
Stops and Base Years usually include another procedure as part of their implementation.
1(b) summarize the OLS parameter estimates for log (nominal) hourly wage earnings equations that were estimated separately for men and women for each of the five base years in the sample.
A third study of global temperatures, conducted at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, puts 1997 temperatures at 0.40 [degrees] C above the average for the base years 1951-1980.
Data on Gross National Product (GNP) and its components expressed in prices and weights of base years prior to 1987 come from the Survey of Current Business;(2) data on the NIPA expressed in terms of 1987 prices and weights were downloaded from the Data Resources Inc.
Thus, 1988's FBPR and debt-to-asset ratios are not limited, but the increase in the 1988 data is limited to 110 percent of its base years' data when calculating 1989's allowable FBPR and debt-to-asset ratio.