However, there is a version of the CPI
that attempts to account for substitution in a manner similar to the PCE price index: the chain-weighted (or chained) CPI
In no event shall an annual escalation exceed 50% of the CPI
increase as aforementioned computed .
In previous years, CPI
put higher priority on licensing its process to others than on its own custom molding business.
A number of significant methodological improvements have been made to the CPI
The hearings that this subcommittee held last year on the CPI
provided a very clear summary of the arguments surrounding some of the difficult measurement problems confronting the BLS and the range of professional opinions concerning the quantitative significance of those problems.
Lowering the CPI
by that amount would mean less of an increase in pension benefits and more taxes paid.
Judge Mize wrote that "plaintiff has not satisfied the heavy burden required at this stage by showing a substantial likelihood that defendants Haft and Bourassa acted primarily in their own self-interest to perpetuate their control of and employment at CPI
Many employers use the CPI
as a guideline in granting wage and benefit increases.
Perhaps the biggest casualty of a CPI
revision would be the interminably repeated story of declining American living standards over the recent past, which has been used to justify all manner of government interventions to ``solve'' the problem.
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The problem, most experts agree, is that the way CPI
is calculated exaggerates the actual cost of living - by 1.
Managing Director David Schaefer, head of CPI
Asia Pacific, leads an experienced and growing Hong Kong-based team of more than 25 professionals, who have invested or committed to invest approximately 40% of the Fund's capital to date.