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Subject Predicate Object <p>The IM index is an update of the value of property in the absence of an available replacement value in the calculation of the equipment charges, apprehended from 7 positions in a cost accounting approach : &quot;labour costs&quot; once called &quot;salaries and expenses&quot;, &quot;materials&quot; , &quot;material&quot;, &quot;energy&quot;, &quot;transport&quot;, &quot;miscellaneous expenses&quot;, similar to the productivity economists' approach called &quot;<a href="">KLEMS&quot;</a>(K = capital for &quot;equipment&quot;, L = &quot;Labour&quot; ,&quot; E = &quot;energy&quot;, M = &quot;materials&quot;, S = &quot;Services&quot; for miscellaneous expenses) and which are added the positions T (= transport) for &quot;transport&quot; and D (= déchets) for &quot;wastes&quot;. Each position is it-self treated from elementary indices.</p> <p>The structure and weights of the IM index have been reviewed on the occasion of the change in base and reference 2010.</p> <p>Weights are constructed following, in particular, structural sources Insee and the work carried out with professional unions which rely on building site data returns.</p> <p>IM index is chained Laspeyres indice of elementary indices from public statistics, in particular the all employees-revised index of hourly labour cost (<a href=";theme=30&amp;conjoncture=36">ICHTrev-TS</a>) and the Industrial Producer and Import Price Indices (<a href=";theme=30&amp;conjoncture=44">IPPI</a>)</p>