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International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
This Technical Assistance Report discusses measures required to improve the national accounts of Suriname, including consistency with the System of National Accounts 2008. The General Bureau of Statistics (GBS) is expected to implement the recommendations of the IMF mission progressively over a five-year period. Given the staff time wasted on data entry and potential transcription errors, the GBS should give high priority to requesting the Ministry of Finance to provide the Government accounts data in Excel format for 2015 onward. With the support of the Finance Minister, the GBS also needs to implement a formal agreement with the Tax Department to share tax registration data, company income tax returns and sales tax returns.
International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
This Technical Assistance report on Kingdom of the Netherlands—Aruba focuses on the mission undertaken to assist the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) in assessing and improving the national accounts. The CBS plans to recompile and disseminate the revised annual current price estimates by January 2020, and improved constant 2013 price estimates by June 2020. The mission and the Director of the CBS met with the Minister of Finance, Economic Affairs and Culture to discuss the rebased estimates and the 2020–2025 action plan. The budget, staffing, and data coordination plans of the CBS were also discussed. The Minister agreed to establishing formal data coordination agreements between the CBS and other government institutions, and on the need for the legislation and related reporting procedures to be strengthened. She also agreed to the 2020–2025 action plan to implement the Special Data Dissemination Standard for real-sector statistics, the need for benchmark and regular surveys, and to incrementally increasing the CBS budget and staffing, subject to Cabinet approval.
International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

compile the regular GDP-P current price value (CPV) estimates . These include timely quarterly employment and earnings data at the detailed ISIC Revision 4 level, and monthly turnover tax system unit record data. In addition, the aggregated data from CBA for financial and non-financial institutions, and government accounts data are used. For industries with limited supply side information, such as accommodation services, gambling, taxi operators, funeral homes, prostitution services, the estimates are compiled using various demand side data and indicators, such as

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

compiled using single value (e.g., QNAS output data) or volume indicators (e.g., output quantities, LFS employment) benchmarked to the annual output and IC estimates using the Excel Proportional Denton Method Benchmarking software. The resulting estimates are to be deflated or reflated using relevant CPI, PPI or other price indices and benchmarked to derive the equivalent constant price value (KPV) or current price value (CPV) estimates. A more disaggregated commodity flow approach will be used for the construction industry and wholesale and retail trade. 24. As far as