base year


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base year

[′bās ‚yir]
(statistics)
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'CPI inflation general, increased by 10.5pc on year-on-year basis in August 2019 as compared to an increase of 8.4pc in the previous month and 6.2pc in August 2018,' the PBS said in its inflation review, citing figures based on new base year.
On month-on-month basis the CPI national with base year (2015-16) for the month of August, 2019 increased by 1.64 percent over July, 2019, Member National Accounts Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) DrBahrawar Jan told the media here at a press briefing.
The member accounts PBS said that during the month, the urban CPI recorded an increase of 1.46% while rural CPI rose by 1.91%, however CPI with old base year (2007-08) recorded an increase of 1.38%.
Based on the new methodology and base year 2015-16, the national Consumer Price Index rose to 10.5% - up from a month earlier level of 8.4%, said Behrawer Jan, Member National Accounts of the PBS.
Aesthetic, Dermatological, Plastic Procedures, Base Year 5-Year Forecast, Guatemala
The working group will select the most appropriate base year for preparation of a new official series of index numbers of Wholesale Price (WPI) and Producer Price Index (PPI).
RAMALLAH, Sunday, May 26, 2019 (WAFA) -- The Construction Cost Index (CCI) for residential buildings reached 105.95 with a decrease of 0.13% in the occupied West Bank during April 2019 compared with March 2019 (base year 2013=100), according to a press release by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS).
The market size and forecast for each of these segments have been provided for the period from 2015 to 2025, along with their respective CAGRs for the forecast period from 2017 to 2025, considering 2016 as the base year. View Full Report with TOC@ https://www.mrrse.com/gene-delivery-system-market Based on application, the global gene delivery system market is segmented into infectious diseases, oncology, ophthalmology, urology, diabetes, CNS, and others.
Surely there's something major missing from the article though, by choosing the base year as 2010 and not before 2007 when the smoking ban came in.
Rebasing of the Gross Domestic Product means replacing the old base year used for compiling the GDP with a new, more recent, base year for computing the constant price estimates.
Starting from the first quarter of 2017, the base year is 2015=100.
The IIP captures Japan's production, shipment and inventory trends in the form of an index with the base year being 100.