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By Kelli Johnson
July 2019 -- Moody's Analytics now estimates gross value added by industry, at current and constant prices, for South Korea and its capital city (112 new quarterly series from 1960).
22 July 2019, 16:57 ET
By Kelli Johnson
July 2019 -- To facilitate international analysis, Moody's Analytics has estimated quarterly population by broad age brackets for South Korea and its capital, Seoul City (eight new quarterly series from 1970).
19 July 2019, 09:03 ET
By Phillip Thorne
How does Data Buffet identify the geographic area for each time series? How do I specify the geo when picking a series? Can I retrieve multiple geos at once? How do Data Buffet geos relate to official classifications?
11 June 2019, 11:18 ET
By Kelli Johnson
May 2019 -- Moody's Analytics now estimates employment by industry for South Korea and provinces thereof (504 new quarterly series from 1963).
21 May 2019, 08:02 ET
By Jacky Cheung
June 2018 -- Data Buffet now carries total construction permit counts for cities and provinces of South Korea (36 new monthly series from 2011).
02 July 2018, 03:36 ET
By Phillip Thorne
August 2012 -- For which non-U.S. countries does Data Buffet carry subnational detail for historical (national source) and estimated (Moody's Analytics) datasets?
07 September 2012, 09:05 ET
By Stephen Bione
October 2011 -- We have defined two metropolitan areas for Denmark (Copenhagen and East Jutland), per Statistics Denmark and the Danish Ministry of the Environment's Centre for Information, as aggregates of LAU 1 municipalities.
26 July 2012, 10:42 ET
By Darren Kim
October 2011 -- Per the Korea National Statistics Office (KNSO), South Korea is divided into metropolitan cities, provinces, a special city, and a special self-governing province.
19 February 2012, 21:26 ET
By Emma Levert
November 2011 -- The official Philippines geographic structure for statistical reporting consists of regions (17) and provinces/independent cities (115). Statistics are not published for finer levels.
14 December 2011, 08:03 ET
By Megan Perkinson
May 2011 -- We announce a broad range of national and subnational quarterly estimates for Australia.
12 October 2011, 12:12 ET