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Methodological explanations contain information on statistical surveys, data collection methodology, computing statistics, and other methodological materials necessary for correct understanding, interpretation and use of data. An individual methodological explanation can refer to several tables published in the SiStat Database.
Data in the table are subject to revision
Data revision is a statistical process that changes the values of published data. For more see additional explanations.
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