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How much of what New Zealanders consume is imported? Estimates from input-output tables

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Imports make up a substantial proportion of what New Zealanders' spend, both directly, and through the imported inputs used in goods and services produced locally. This note uses input-output tables to estimate the total share of imports in the expenditure bases that lie behind two measures of consumer inflation, the CPI and the implicit deflator for household consumption expenditure.

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  • Miles Parker, 2014. "How much of what New Zealanders consume is imported? Estimates from input-output tables," Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Notes series AN2014/05, Reserve Bank of New Zealand.
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