Abbreviations and conventions

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Abbreviations and conventions

The following notation may be used:

NEC/nec
not elsewhere classified
-
nil
..
not zero, but rounded to zero
na
not applicable (unless otherwise specified)
nfp
not for publication
$'000
$ thousands
$m
$ million
$b
$ billion

Figures in tables and in the text may be rounded. Figures in text are generally rounded to one decimal place, whereas figures in tables are generally rounded to the nearest thousand. Discrepancies in tables between totals and sums of components are due to rounding.

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