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Statistics This Week

Statistical releases scheduled for this week from the Department of Statistics are:

AUGUST Monday 30
Wholesale Trade Survey - June 1999 quarter
Labour Cost Index (All Labour Costs) - December 1998 and March 1999 quarters

AUGUST Tuesday 31
*Food Price Index - July 1999
Building Consents Issued - July 1999

SEPTEMBER Wednesday 01
New Zealand Energy Statistics - June 1999 quarter
Annual Enterprise Survey - 1997/98 annual

SEPTEMBER Thursday 02
Incomes of Persons - year ended March 1997

SEPTEMBER Friday 03
*Retail Trade - July 1999

Releases marked with an * are embargoed until 10:45am on the day of release. Others are released at 3pm on the advertised date and will be available on our Website within 30 minutes of time of release.




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