North Korea Adult Literacy Rate:

100.00% for 2008
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North Korea Adult Literacy Rate is at 100.00%, compared to last year. This is lower than the long term average of 100.00%.

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North Korea Adult Literacy Rate Summary

  • Last Value: 100.00%
  • Latest Period: 2008
  • Updated: Aug 3, 2012, 11:29 AM EDT
  • Frequency: Yearly
  • Unit: Percent of People Aged 15+
  • Adjustment: Not Seasonally Adjusted
  • Value Previously:
  • Change From Previous: N/A
  • Value One Year Ago:
  • Change From One Year Ago: N/A
  • First Period: 2008
  • First Value: 100.00%

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North Korea Adult Literacy Rate Excel Add-In Codes

  • Indicator Code: I:NKALR
  • Indicator Name: =YCI("I:NKALR","name")
  • Latest Value: =YCP("I:NKALR")
  • Last 5 Values: =YCS("I:NKALR",,-4)

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