living standards


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living standards

npltenore m or livello di vita
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ELSI combines information about whether people are able to afford "basic" items, "comfort or luxury" items, and self-assessments related to living standards.
David Kern, chief economist at the British Chambers of Commerce said: "Low inflation supports living standards by boosting disposable income and will help to sustain the economic recovery.
Getting to grips with our living standards challenge is a priority for businesses across the UK.
They resolved to defend the living standards that make Australia a great place to live and that have been built by generations of union members.
DROP IN STANDARDS The period between 2010 and 2014 was the worst five-year stretch for living standards for at least half a century, according to a new study.
The region then experienced a long downturn in living standards, with typical incomes falling by 3.
Will living standards improve or grow more difficult as a result of the Budget?
But the recovery in living standards has been much slower than after previous recessions and changes to spending patterns suggest that people think their income prospects have taken a permanent hit, it warned.
MIDDLESBROUGH South and East Cleveland Labour MP Tom Blenkinsop has backed calls by Labour leader Ed Miliband for a new living standards index.
The Labour leader plans a new way of measuring living standards because the existing measure is "flawed".
They affirmed the government's focus on strengthening sectors that support comprehensive development so as to upgrade citizens' living standards and ensure their easy access to quality services.