European chemical industry, Econometrics

Show which of the following are cross-section data, giving the reasons.

(i)    Wages of individual workers in the UK chemical industry in 2009.

(ii)    Annual growth rates of every of the European economies in 2009.

(iii)    The yearly growth rate of the European chemical industry, 1999-2009.

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