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This report focuses on the Monetary Statistics Component of the Regional Data Module Report on the Observance of Standards and Codes for the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB). The report reveals that with respect to the prerequisites of quality and assurances of integrity, the legislation broadly supports mandatory data reporting and the confidentiality of the reported data. However, the ECCB’s responsibility for compiling and disseminating monetary statistics to the public is not clearly specified in the law. Regarding resources, the number of staff allocated to the compilation of monetary statistics is inadequate.
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monetary statistics methodology, data coverage, and data sources is not available to users. Develop the detailed description of methodology used for the compilation of monetary statistics and provide this description to all users of monetary data. A link to IMF GDDS website was established. GDDS metadata will be updated in September 2007. A metadata page would be placed on the ECCB website.

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variety of publications. However, the BOZ does not disseminate an advance release calendar to the public. In the absence of embargo on data release between the first release and the general dissemination, monetary data are not made available to all users at the same time. More detailed data are available upon request, but this fact is not made public. Metadata accessibility is adequate, as the BOZ website is hyperlinked to the IMF GDDS website, where there is a clear reference that users can access metadata. Assistance to users is readily available. The Assistant

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This Report on the Observance of Standards and Codes on Data Module on the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia reviews assessment by agency and dataset. The mission has a set of recommendations for Macedonia’s statistical practices, on discussions with the data-producing agencies and on responses from data users. They are designed to increase further FYR Macedonia’s adherence to internationally accepted statistical practices and would, in the mission’s view, enhance the analytical usefulness of FYR Macedonia’s statistics.
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This Report on the Observance of Standards and Codes on Data Module on the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia reviews assessment by agency and dataset. The mission has a set of recommendations for Macedonia’s statistical practices, on discussions with the data-producing agencies and on responses from data users. They are designed to increase further FYR Macedonia’s adherence to internationally accepted statistical practices and would, in the mission’s view, enhance the analytical usefulness of FYR Macedonia’s statistics.

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.3 Revision policy and practice X Revision studies not regularly conducted (only on ad hoc basis). 5. Accessibility 5.1 Data accessibility X 5.2 Metadata accessibility X Metadata information only available internally, pending publication in IMF GDDS website. 5.3 Assistance to users X No catalog of publications is available. V. B alance of P ayments S tatistics 0. Prerequisites of Quality 0.1 Legal and institutional environment 0.1.1 The responsibility for

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This report on the Observance of Standards and Codes data module provides an assessment of Zambia’s macroeconomic statistics against the recommendations of the General Data Dissemination System (GDDS), complemented by an assessment of data quality based on the IMF’s Data Quality Assessment Framework. Overall, the lack of effective coordination among all statistical producing agencies and users impedes the quality and transparency of statistics. In addition, no systematic program to assess users’ needs is in place. All agencies have limited practices in informing the public of internal government access to statistics before wider data dissemination.
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This report on the Observance of Standards and Codes (ROSC) provides an assessment of Guatemala’s macroeconomic statistics against the General Data Dissemination System complemented by an assessment of data quality based on the IMF’s Data Quality Assessment Framework. The assessment reveals that the legal framework for statistical activity is broadly adequate, and institutions display a commitment to disseminate macroeconomic statistics, largely through the Internet. However, there is scope to improve the methodological basis and source data underpinning most datasets, as well as the mix and level of resources in a few cases.