OECD data set

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    IMPLAN Support

    Hi Qiang Ma, We aren't sure exactly what you are asking about the country specific information. If is that each Industries relationships for Output per Worker, Labor Income per worker etc are unique to that country? If this is what you are looking for, then yes the information is all unique to that region from OECD so all the relationships reflect the economy in their data year, and will include only Sectors that were present in that regional economy at during that data year. As regards the Sectoring scheme, it is the same scheme for every region based on OECD's Sectoring. The only exception to this is that we do have Canadian Data and Canadian provinces that have a higher Sectoral Detail than OECD. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.

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    Qiang
    By the way, for the country models in your OECD data set, are they in US dollars or in local currency?
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    IMPLAN Support
    Hi Qiang, They are in local currency and the monetary symbols should match the currency type. --Implan Support Staff
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    Candi Clouse

    For anyone referencing this article, all values for OECD data is reported in currency units for the nation being modeled.  Current information can be found in the article Creation of International OECD Data Sets.

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