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BarroLee: Population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary) for Mozambique (BARTERICMP25UPZSMOZ)
Observation:
2010: 0.50 (+ more)Updated: Feb 14, 2017
2010:  0.50  
2005:  0.42  
2000:  0.33  
1995:  0.38  
1990:  0.22 
Units:
Percent,Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
5YearsWorld Bank Source: Robert J. Barro and JongWha Lee: http://www.barrolee.com/
Source Indicator: BAR.TER.ICMP.25UP.ZS
BarroLee: Population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary) for Mozambique
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BarroLee: Population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary) for Mozambique
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Title  Release Dates  


BarroLee: Population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary) for Mozambique  20140508  20161212 
Source  


World Bank  20140508  20161212 
Release  


Education Statistics  20140508  20161212 
Units  


Percent  20140508  20161212 
Frequency  


5Years  20140508  20161212 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Not Seasonally Adjusted  20140508  20161212 
Notes  


Percentage of population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary) World Bank Source: Robert J. Barro and JongWha Lee: http://www.barrolee.com/ Source Indicator: BAR.TER.ICMP.25UP.ZS 
20140508  20161212 
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