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[IWS] TCB: INTERNATIONAL LABOR COMPARISONS (see Special Note)--Web Site
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INTERNATIONAL LABOR COMPARISONS (see Special Note)--Web Site
Beginning October 1, The Conference Board will no longer issue monthly International Labor Comparisons (ILC) reports on consumer prices and employment. This step will allow The Conference Board to dedicate more resources to continuing and strengthening of the annual ILC reports on labor compensation, productivity and competitiveness. The underlying data tables on monthly consumer prices and employment will continue to be published on Monthly International Indexes of Consumer Prices and on International Unemployment Rates and Employment Indexes through December 2014 (see schedule through December). Beginning January 1, 2015, related data series will be available via the Business Cycle Indicators program on a subscription basis. Historical monthly and annual datasets, will remain publicly available on The Conference Board website.
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