The economic territory of a country consists of the geographic territory administered by a government within which persons, goods, and capital circulate freely.
The economic territory of an international organisation consists of the territorial enclave, or enclaves, over which it has jurisdiction; these consist of clearly demarcated areas of land or structures which the international organisation owns or rents and which it uses for the purposes for which the organisation was created by formal agreement with the country, or countries, in which the enclave or enclaves are physically located.
Prices are said to be economically significant when they have a significant influence on the amounts the producers are willing to supply and on the amounts purchasers wish to buy.
(i) No formal education
Refers to persons who have never attended school in any of the educational institutions that provide formal education.
Refers to those whose highest level of education attained is from Standard 1 to 6 or equivalent.
Refers to those whose highest level of education attained is from Form 1 to 5 (including remove class), General Certificate of Education (GCE) O Level or equivalent. This includes basic skill programmes in specific trades and technical skills institutions whereby the training period is at least six months, such as GIATMARA programmes.
Refers to those whose highest level of education is above Form 5.
Discharge of pollutants into the atmosphere from stationary sources such as smokestacks, other vents, surface areas of commercial or industrial facilities and mobile sources for example, motor vehicles, locomotives and aircraft.
All persons who, at any time during the reference week worked at least one hour for pay, profit or family gain (as an employer, employee, own-account worker or unpaid family worker).
They are also considered as employed if:
Native species in a particular place or area and not taken from elsewhere.