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Release of Electronic Card Transaction series

Release of Electronic Card Transaction series

The Electronic Card Transaction data series for October and November 2007 is scheduled for release with the December 2007 data on 24 January 2008.

The delay in releasing the October and November data was due to technical issues with the source data. These issues have been resolved. Further information and revised data will be supplied in the release on 24 January 2008.

Electronic card transactions data is released as an experimental series and Statistics New Zealand acknowledges the cooperation of the private sector in providing the data for publication.

Statistics New Zealand regrets any inconvenience this delay may have caused.

ENDS

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