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Preview of 2017 national accounts improvements

Preview of 2017 national accounts improvements

10 November 2017

Preview of 2017 national accounts improvements presents the improvements we will make to New Zealand's national accounts. It provides information and analysis to help technical users of national accounts and gross domestic product (GDP) data anticipate the impact of revisions in the following releases:
• National accounts (industry production and investment): Year ended March 2016 (scheduled for 24 November 2017)
• National accounts (income and expenditure): Year ended March 2017 (scheduled for 24 November 2017)
• Gross domestic product: September 2017 quarter (scheduled for 21 December 2017)

Note that the data in this paper are broad indications of the revisions that can be expected. These revisions are subject to changes in the final publications.

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