II Resolution concerning consumer price indices

  • Published 2003


Recalling the resolution adopted by the Fourteenth International Conference of Labour Statisticians concerning consumer price indices and recognizing the continuing validity of the basic principles recommended therein and, in particular, the fact that the consumer price index (CPI) is designed primarily to measure the changes over time in the general level of prices of goods and services that a reference population acquires, uses or pays for,

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@inproceedings{2003IIRC, title={II Resolution concerning consumer price indices}, author={}, year={2003} }