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B: CPI Coverage Geographical Coverage Weights: Nation-wide Price collection: Nation-wide Population coverage: Resident households of nationals including institutional households Consumption expenditure excludes: • Second hand goods purchased (except second hand cars) C: Concepts, definitions, classifications and weights Definition of the CPI and its objectives: CPI measures pure price changes in a fixed market basket of goods and services of constant quality and quantity bought by households. (...) Methods of Price Collection • Personal data collection • Central price collection for administrative prices. Treatment of: Second hand purchases: Not included in the CPI except for second hand cars. (...) Method to impute the price of seasonal items: Carry forward the last observed price. Treatment of housing Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Imputed rent of apartment owners is included since the January 1995 revision.
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Score: 1342258.5 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...E_CPI_Descriptions%20-2014.pdf
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Because of this increased risk, we recommend that everyone in the house follows even more thorough precautions than usual when washing their hands — and washes their hands for at least 40 seconds (in line with guidance for healthcare facilities), rather than 20 seconds (as we normally recommend).   (...) Before touching the mask, clean your hands with soap and water for at least 40 seconds, or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. (...) Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 40 seconds after every use.
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Score: 1338433.6 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/st...s/caring-someone-covid-19-home
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Data for the following expenditure items are collected by referring: 6.7 to expenditures in last 12 months: housing other durable goods other items Data for the following expenditure items are not collected by interview because they are collected by diary: food other household non-durable goods clothing, footwear other personal non-durable goods households services personal services The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Household consumption expenditure': own produced non-durable goods own-produced durable goods The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Actual Household consumption': non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) mortgage repayments, including interest services of owner-occupied housing financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) , gross of claims life insurance premiums , gross of claims licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure , gross of winnings out of pocket health expenditure , gross of claims out of pocket education expenditures , gross of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , gross of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household second hand goods purchased 10 expenditure abroad The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-consumption household expenditure': compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-household expenditure': occupational expenditures other business-related expenditures The following types of expenditure items are excluded due to measurement problems: services from durables owned (except housing) in-kind goods received from other households in-kind services received from other households interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) The following types of expenditure items are excluded for other reasons: purchase price of owner-occupied housing (second hand goods not uniquely identified) major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing (second hand goods not uniquely identified) income in-kind receipts of goods (second hand goods not uniquely identified) income in-kind receipts of services (second hand goods not uniquely identified) own-produced services (second hand goods not uniquely identified) social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households (second hand goods not uniquely identified) investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) (second hand goods not uniquely identified) Classification: A national classification is used for classifying expenditure and has 10 separate categories at the finest level. (...) Other Data Collection Issues The following other topics are covered: 8 demographic characteristics education attainment of members employment status of members occupation of members ownership of selected durable goods housing characteristics savings Households are requested to indicate whether durable goods are new or second-hand when their acquisition is recorded. (...) Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are not included in the total income/expenditure estimates.
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Score: 1333083.3 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/437A.html
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Once you have used a tissue, please make sure to dispose of it properly in a covered waste bin, and remember to wash your hands thoroughly for a minimum of 20 seconds with soap and water or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. (...) Wash your hands regularly: Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. (...) Throw used tissues in a trash can which can be closed and immediately wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
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Score: 1331401.4 - https://www.unicef.org/nepal/stories/novel-coronavirus
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Consumption expenditure includes: • Food consumed away from home; • Income in-kind receipts of goods; • Income in-kind receipts of services; • Mortgage interest; • Housing maintenance, minor repairs; • Second hand goods purchased (second hand motor cars only); • Luxury goods; • Non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical), gross of claims; • Life insurance premiums; • Licences and fees (e.g. driver’s licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) Consumption expenditure excludes: • Foods produced for own final consumption; • Other goods produced for own final consumption; • Services produced for own final consumption; • In-kind goods received as gifts; • In-kind services received as gifts; • Purchase of owner-occupied housing; • Mortgage repayments; • Major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner occupied housing; • Purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household; • Financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees); • Interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments); • Gambling expenditure, gross of winnings; • Investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks); • Occupational expenditures; • Other business-related expenditures; • Social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and No-profit institutions serving households; • Expenditures abroad C: Concepts, definitions, classifications and weights Definition of the CPI and its objectives: RPI is a weighted index reflecting the average change in price levels experienced by households with the objective of monitoring the levels of inflationary pressure on the economy and the real value of the currency. (...) Black market prices: Not collected. Second hand purchases: Included for second-hand motor cars only. (...) Control procedures used to ensure the quality of data processed: Final price data set is processed by a second analyst to ensure that identical results are obtained.
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Score: 1326333.2 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...Y_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
Data Source: un
Consumption expenditure includes: • Second hand goods purchased (second hand cars only); • Life insurance premiums C: Concepts, definitions, classifications and weights Definition of the CPI and its objectives: CPI is the average measure of change in prices of goods and services bought in Estonia for the purpose of consumption by Estonian households. (...) Treatment of: Discounts and sales prices: Discounts referred to all customers are taken into account. Second hand purchases: Prices of second hand cars are included in price collection Missing or faulty prices: When a price observation is temporarily unavailable in a given month, its price is imputed based upon the price movement of similar products in the same item in the same locality or carried forward. (...) Method to impute the price of seasonal items: Prices are imputed using price development of in-season products. Treatment of housing Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Owner occupied housing is not included in the CPI i.e imputed rentals for housing are excluded.
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Score: 1324968.75 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...T_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
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Consumption expenditure includes: • Food consumed away from home; • Housing maintenance, minor repairs; • Purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household; • Second hand goods purchased (imported second hand cars); • Luxury goods; • Non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical), gross of claims; • Licences and fees (e.g. driver’s licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) Consumption expenditure excludes: • Foods produced for own final consumption; • Other goods produced for own final consumption; • Services produced for own final consumption; • Income in-kind receipts of goods; • Income in-kind receipts of services; • In-kind goods received as gifts; • In-kind services received as gifts; • Purchase of owner-occupied housing; • Mortgage repayments; • Mortgage interest; • Major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner occupied housing; • Financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees); • Interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments); • Life insurance premiums; • Gambling expenditure, gross of winnings; • Investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks); • Occupational expenditures; • Other business-related expenditures; • Social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and No-profit institutions serving households; • Expenditures abroad C: Concepts, definitions, classifications and weights Definition of the CPI and its objectives: The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is an economic indicator constructed to measure the changes of prices over time of consumer goods and services acquired, used or paid by households. (...) Treatment of: Discounts and sales prices: They are used in the calculation of the index. Second hand purchases: Included (e.g. imported second-hand cars). (...) Types of dwellings covered by the rent data: Detached houses, semi-detached houses, complementary houses, dwelling to mixed use building, flats, apartment building.
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Score: 1312312.4 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...P_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
Data Source: un
Consumption expenditure includes: • Food consumed away from home; • Housing maintenance, minor repairs; • Second hand goods purchased (second hand motor cars only); • Luxury goods; • Financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees); • Non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical), gross of claims; • Licences and fees (e.g. driver’s licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration); • Gambling expenditure, gross of winnings Consumption expenditure excludes: • Foods produced for own final consumption; • Other goods produced for own final consumption; • Services produced for own final consumption; • Income in-kind receipts of goods; • Income in-kind receipts of services; • In-kind goods received as gifts; • In-kind services received as gifts; • Purchase of owner-occupied housing; • Mortgage repayments; • Mortgage interest; • Major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner occupied housing; • Purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household; • Interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments); • Life insurance premiums; • Investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks); • Occupational expenditures; • Other business-related expenditures; • Social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and No-profit institutions serving households; • Expenditures abroad C: Concepts, definitions, classifications and weights Definition of the CPI and its objectives: The purpose of consumer price indices is to provide a measure of change in prices of a fixed basket of products determined in the consumer expenditure survey. (...) Black market prices: Not collected. Second hand purchases: Included for second-hand motor cars only. (...) These new products are included in the calculation of the second month. In the case of temporary seasonal lack of prices, the above mentioned third criterion for imputing prices is used.
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Score: 1307077.9 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...A_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
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In Kyrgyzstan, an estimated 150,000 to 200,000 people have migrated to the capital Bishkek from the provinces in the past five years, resulting in a belt of informal substandard housing on the outskirts. Osh, the country’s second largest city, has seen a similar influx. In Istanbul, 70 per cent of the population lives in informal traditional housing (gecekondu). In the Russian Federation, while squatter settlements are not ubiquitous, 70 per cent of the population lives in substandard housing conditions, and many residential buildings are unregistered. (...) “The UNECE study highlights that, notwithstanding differences, one crucial force underlying the formation of different types of informal settlements is uneven spatial redistribution of wealth” notes Marco Keiner, Director of the UNECE Division for Environment, Housing and Land Management. “Unequal redistribution of wealth can result on the one hand in capital (assets) accumulation at extremely rich or rich places, and on the other hand in asset-dispossessed areas of severe deprivation and social distress”.
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Score: 1300958.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2008/08env_p15e.htm
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For credit purchases, only the amount paid during the reference period is included in expenditure. Second-hand purchases are excluded. Social security taxes deducted from gross income are considered as consumption expenditure. (...) All prices are those actually paid by the consumer, and include indirect taxes but exclude discount and sale prices, second-hand purchases and import prices. Prices fixed by the authorities are taken into account only when they are actually paid by consumers. Housing Rent quotations are obtained from a sample of houses, apartments and rooms.
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Score: 1291543.2 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM1/E/EC.html
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