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Date Change: Lithuania - QNA - Re-referenced to 2015
Wednesday, 11 Dec 2019 08:42 ET
By Jason Flynn
December 2019 -- For the quarterly national accounts of Lithuania, concurrent with dissemination of results for 2019Q3, the source has advanced the currency reference year from 2010 to 2015 (200 quarterly series 1995 to 2019, replaced by 212 from 1995).

In response, we have:

  1. Archived the predecessors by renaming with an "_10" specifier, marking metadata as "discontinued", and segregating in the catalog.
  2. Created one-for-one replacements (reference 2015), which have an unchanged start date.
  3. Replaced the current-value series in the same way, as they may be subject to revisions apart from the reference year.
  4. Added 12 newly-reported series.
  5. Transplanted global concept aliases.
  6. Refurbished the catalog.

Notable properties (for full list, see Mnemonic 411):

  • Currency reference year: Changed from 2010 to 2015 
  • Start date: Unchanged

The source has added 12 series (three line items, two currency-bases, two adjustments):

  • Expenditure approach: Final consumption expenditure of households and NPISHs
  • Expenditure approach: Change in inventories and acquisitions less disposal of valuables
  • Production approach: Gross value added in Services [G to U]

The series reside in the historical catalog:

  • Lithuania » National Accounts » By Expenditure » Quarterly
  • Lithuania » National Accounts » By Expenditure » Discontinued  » Ref 2010
  • Lithuania » National Accounts » By Value Add » Quarterly
  • Lithuania » National Accounts » By Value Add » Discontinued » Ref 2010

Please be aware that

Where necessary, we have standardized mnemonics of replacement series, according to these uniform rules (old » new):

  • NAC· » NAH·  = At chained prices
  • CI   » CIN   = Indicator: change in inventory (as contrasted to "change in inventories, plus acquisitions less disposal of valuables")
  • FCHN » FCHH  = Indicator: final consumption expenditure of households (as contrasted to "households and NPISHs")
Related ReleaseQuarterly National Accounts
SourceStatistics Lithuania
Release DateReference date
01 Jun 20201Q 2020