Tradable and non-tradable industries 1986-2014

Stats NZ

Notes

For years to December

Definitions

Tradable and non-tradable component series:

The tradable component series contains goods and services that are imported or in competition with foreign goods, either in domestic or foreign markets. Movements in the tradables component (tradable inflation) demonstrate how international price movements and exchange rates are affecting consumer prices.

The non-tradable series contains goods and services that do not face foreign competition. It shows how domestic demand and supply conditions are affecting consumer prices.

Data calculation/treatment

Reformatted to represent calendar years only.

Data provided by

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Dataset name

National Accounts: GDP, Tradable and non-tradable industries 1986–2014

Webpage:

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How to find the data

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Import & extraction details

File as imported: National Accounts: GDP, Tradable and non-tradable industries 1986–2014

From the dataset National Accounts: GDP, Tradable and non-tradable industries 1986–2014, this data was extracted:

  • Sheet: Reformatted
  • Range: G11:J39
  • Provided: 116 data points