CGPI


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AcronymDefinition
CGPICorporate Goods Price Index (Japan)
CGPIConseil en Gestion de Patrimoine Indépendant (French: Independent Wealth Management Council)
CGPICorporate Governance Perception Index (Indonesian Institute for Corporate Governance)
CGPICommunist Ghadar Party of India (est. 1980)
CGPICapital Goods Price Index (New Zealand)
CGPIClassical Guitar Plus International Database
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Headquartered in Bangalore, India, CGPI will now be able to provide expertise and resources to alleviate the mental and behavioral health issues that have emerged in recent years as a result of the rapid and broad changes sweeping Indian society, beginning with the breaking up of India's long-held "joint family" structure.
He projected that the CGPI will post a 6 percent fall on year in August 2009, while the core nationwide CPI that month will likely see a 2.
Along with the upswing of the CGPI, the consumer price index -- a primary price gauge for the central bank to judge whether deflation has ended and to determine its monetary policy -- has also posted a slight increase in November and December on a year-on-year basis.
Reflecting rising prices in the materials and intermediary goods levels, the central bank said in its latest CGPI report that domestic prices of raw materials and intermediate goods rose 0.
In February, the CGPI was unchanged from a year earlier.
On a month-to-month basis, the CGPI was up from 94.
The revised domestic CGPI for July was unchanged from preliminary data.
The BOJ began using the CGPI in December to replace the wholesale price index used previously.