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CMI Working Paper 70 should be read in conjunction with the accompanying spreadsheets which contain the results
There is a summary spreadsheet and a detailed spreadsheet for 2007-2010 results and also for each calendar year’s results separately. Each spreadsheet has a notes page detailing its contents. The summary spreadsheets provide a high-level overview of the results but do not allow a user to choose an alternative base table or alternative categorisation of the results. Users wishing to see more granular results and data should refer to the detailed spreadsheets:
- Summary Results 2007-2010
- Summary Results 2007
- Summary Results 2008
- Summary Results 2009
- Summary Results 2010
- Detailed Results 2007-2010
- Detailed Results 2007
- Detailed Results 2008
- Detailed Results 2009
- Detailed Results 2010
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