Market price equivalents are proxies, or substitute measures, for market prices in those cases for which no actual market prices have been set; a customary approach is to construct such prices by analogy with known market prices established under conditions that are considered essentially the same.
Market prices for transactions are the amounts of money willing buyers pay to acquire something from willing sellers.
Market producers are establishments, all or most of whose output is market production.
Inventories of materials and supplies are goods that their owners intend to use as intermediate inputs in their own production processes, not to resell.
Refers to deaths caused by complications of pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium, within the period of 42 days after childbirth