Subject: lunar new year, moving holiday, seasonal adjustment, X12-ARIMA
jel: jel:R38 | jel:L11 | jel:C81 | jel:F49
The three most important Chinese holidays, Chinese New Year, the Dragon- boat Festival, and Mid-Autumn Holiday have dates determined by a lunar calendar and move between two solar months. Consumption, production, and other economic behavior in countries with large Chine... View more
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