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May 2005 Statistics Media Information Releases

May 2005 Statistics Media Information Releases

May 2005 - All Statistics New Zealand media and Hot Off The Press information releases are published at 10:45am.

M = Media Conference P = Publication

Mon 2

Business Finance Survey: 2004

Tue 3

National Accounts (Revised): Year ended March 2004

Wed 4

Research and Development Survey: 2004

Thu 5

Births and Deaths: March 2005 quarter

Fri 6

M Quarterly Employment Survey: March 2005 quarter

Fri 6

M Labour Cost Index (Salary and Wage Rates): March 2005 quarter

Mon 9

M Overseas Merchandise Trade (Exports): March 2005

Tue 10

Accommodation Survey: March 2005

Wed 11

M Food Price Index: April 2005

Thu 12

M Household Labour Force Survey: March 2005 quarter

Fri 13

M Retail Trade Survey: March 2005 quarter

Fri 13

P Key Statistics: May 2005

Mon 16

Marriages and Divorces: Year ended December 2004

Tue 17

Wed 18

Thu 19

Capital Goods Price Index: March 2005 quarter

Fri 20

M External Migration: April 2005

Mon 23

M Producers Price Index: March 2005 quarter

Tue 24

Wed 25

District Health Board Financial Statistics: March 2005 quarter

Thu 26

M Overseas Merchandise Trade (Imports): April 2005

Fri 27

P International Visitor Arrivals: April 2005

Mon 30

Tue 31

M Building Consents Issued: April 2005

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