Linguistic Survey of India, Vol 1 by G.A. Grierson

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L!.. 0 6290 2860 8820 3160 1740 1540 5660 Exchange rates 1990 USA Austria $ =100% =100% Sources: ICP-World Development Report 1990, The World Bank (1990); CIA - Handbook of Economic Statistics (1990) and OECD; PPP Planecon Report (1990); Exchange rates- WIIW estimates (1991); Physical indicators- WIIW estimates (1991). 2479 1. 9451 1. ,.. ~ 81:: Ill 0 ~ z a c:r I. PRODUCTION: SOURCES AND DISTRIBUTION Definitions Introductory remark: The system of ownership in the CMEA countries distinguished three basic types of property, viz.

4 CMEA Yugoslavia s· CD ~ .... /!. 10 1:: -< a. 1 Population of Bulgaria in million persons, as of December 31st Total population of which: men women Population of working-age of which: men aged 16-59 women aged 16-54 Urban population Rural population Birth rate per 1000 population Death rate per 1000 population Natural increase per 1000 pop. 2 Population of the CSFR in million persons, as of December 31st Total population of which: men women Population of working-age of which: men aged 15-59 women aged 15-54 Urban population Rural population Birth rate per 1000 population Death rate per 1000 population Natural increase per 1000 pop.

4 CMEA Yugoslavia s· CD ~ .... /!. 10 1:: -< a. 1 Population of Bulgaria in million persons, as of December 31st Total population of which: men women Population of working-age of which: men aged 16-59 women aged 16-54 Urban population Rural population Birth rate per 1000 population Death rate per 1000 population Natural increase per 1000 pop. 2 Population of the CSFR in million persons, as of December 31st Total population of which: men women Population of working-age of which: men aged 15-59 women aged 15-54 Urban population Rural population Birth rate per 1000 population Death rate per 1000 population Natural increase per 1000 pop.

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