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a group of usually related people living together as a unit

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of or relating to the family or household

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Regions that had decelerated growths in household spending, meanwhile, were Mimaropa, five percent Davao Region, 4.
* The average monthly and annual expenditure in an urban household stands at 870 US$ and 10,441 US$,
91% of households live in their own dwelling, but the majority of them are in properties built up to 1990.
What are the primary growth factors of the global household air care products market?
By listing down all current expenses, the household will be able to identify essential expenses and nonessential expenses.
The point that KRI wants to make is that not all households in Malaysia earn the same amount of money even if you have a national average, as those in some states may have income levels that wildly vary from the national mean household income of RM6,958.
Credit from institutional sources accounted for only 3.72 per cent of the overall household debt to GDP of 9.89 per cent, while the rest 6.17 per cent came from the non-institutional sources, it said.
The household accounts changed its format to make it easier to keep.
Another factor that raises vulnerability to poverty is household shocks.
What this means is that it is possible to change the fortunes of a household over time either for better or for worse by tinkering with one of the five variables examined by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics.PROSPEROUSGenerally, households headed by a man or a woman with little or no formal education fare badly economically.
Walmart accounts for 16.4% of sales in the $75 billion household products market, TABS revealed in a recent webinar.
In its assessment of the concordance index (CI) measuring the relations between household credit, economic growth and real estate, the index stood at 0.73 for household credit in relation to real estate over the last eight years from 2009-2016.
People generally understand that low-income households spend more, proportionately, on basic needs than high-income households.
Surveys for 2005-2008 are not comparable-since they addressed the question to a random adult in the household, not necessarily the head-but also trended downward.