Published May 1983
by Organization for Economic .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||106|
Paris: OECD, c 形態: v. ; 27 cm 著者名: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 巻次(年次): / (/)/ (/) 継続前誌: Meat balances in OECD member countries = Bilans de Arrangement Regarding Bovine Meat BOVINE MEAT STATISTICS Revision This paper has been prepared by the secretariat in order to make available to participants as much up-to-date information as possible concerning the bovine meat sector. The data in the paper, organized on a country-by-country basis, are based on information provided by Milk, milk products and egg balances in OECD member countries () Les Oiseaux nicheurs du Perche en Loir-et-Cher () Récapitulation Learn about OECD’s application programming interface (API) for accessing data. Go to API for developers. Your selection for sharing: Snapshot of data for a fixed period (data will not change even if updated on the site) Latest available data for a fixed period, Latest available data,
Energy Balances of non-OECD Countries (editions to present) from OECDiLibrary Annual statistical report on the supply and consumption of coal, oil, gas, electricity, heat, renewables and waste presented as comprehensive energy balances expressed in million tonnes of oil equivalent, to enable analysis across different types of ://?g=&p= The per capita levels of protein from various animal sources and from plant sources which are currently available for human consumption are presented and discussed. Changes in the patterns of consumption which occur as the standard of living is improved are documented for various countries. These patterns are used to suggest that increased production of plant protein alone will not necessarily Trade in goods and services is defined as the transactions in goods and services between residents and non-residents. It is measured in million USD, as percentage of GDP for net trade, and also in annual growth for exports and imports. All OECD countries compile their data according to the System of National Accounts (SNA). The OECD Guidelines provide ample scope for exemptions and exceptions, in particular at G2/EM43, G3(b)/EM45, G4/EM, EM19(g), EM52, EM58, and EM For example, EM45 expressly "permits Member countries to exercise their discretion with respect to the degree of stringency with which the Guidelines are to be implemented"
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