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Economic statistics are measures of a country's economic well-being. They include statistics of national income, prices, employment, and output, and are primarily used to rate a nation's current condition and predict future performance. The majority of economic statistics are produced by national governments, but some are collected and published by the private sector. This pathfinder will direct you to some of the most commonly used and important sources for various types of economic data. Internet sources included here are accurate as of January 2010. Web pages and addresses change frequently, and some pages may require you to subscribe in order to view or download data

Year: 2010
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