a. Survey year is 2005.
b. Survey year is 2006.
c. Survey year is 2004.
d. Less than 0.5.
a. Based on per capita consumption estimated from household survey data, unless
b. Refers to the year in which the underlying household survey data was collected
and, in cases for which the data collection period bridged two calender years, the
year in which most of the data was collected is reported.
c. World Bank estimates.
d. Estimates based on survey data from earlier year(s) are available, but are not
comparable with the most recent year reported here; these are available on-line
e. Based on income per capita estimated from household survey data.
a. Comparable data are for the most recent year available.
b. National sources
c. 2011 data.
a. Based on nominal per capita consumption averages and distributions estimated parametrically from grouped household survey data, unless otherwise noted.
b. Refers to the year in which the underlying household survey data was collected and, in cases for which the data collection
period bridged two calender years, the year in which most of the data was collected is reported.
c. Based on Purchasing Power parity (PPP) dollars imputed using regression.
d. Covers urban areas only.
e. Based on per capita income averages and distribution data estimated parametrically from grouped household survey data.
f. Estimated non-parametrically from nominal income per capita distributions based on unit-record household survey data.
g. PPP conversion factor based on urban prices.
h. Population weighted average of urban and rural estimates.
i. Based on benchmark national PPP estimate re-scaled to account for cost-of-living differences in urban and rural areas.
j. Estimated non-parametrically from nominal consumption per capita distributions based on unit-record household survey data.
a. Series included in the non-energy index (2005=100)
b. Included in the non-energy index (2005=100)
Note: bbl = barrel, cu. m = cubic meter, dmtu = dry metric ton unit, kg = kilogram, mmBtu = million British thermal units, mt = metric ton, toz = troy ounce
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