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International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
A remote technical assistance (TA) mission on external sector statistics (ESS) was conducted for the Central Statistical Office (CSO) of Saint Lucia during March 22–26, 2021. The mission was part of the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC) work program on External Sector Statistics (ESS).
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2020 would include alternative data sources to fill data gaps as well as statistical techniques to estimate visitors’ expenditure for the travel account . During a recent mission to the ECCB on March 15–19, 2021, the preliminary 2019 balance of payments and IIP for the eight ECCU member countries were revised. The CSO would provide 2020 balance of payments survey data to the ECCB around mid-year 2021. 26. Saint Lucia’s balance of payments and IIP is disseminated with delays . For surveillance purposes, it is important to reduce the delays or to have some frequent

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services items and the income component. Enterprise surveys, supplemented by balance sheet data from banks, are employed to estimate financial account flows. As additional sources, BoL has requested data from the Security and Exchange Commission and from the Privatization Agency on shares in state-owned companies sold to non-residents. Starting in 2000 BOL has also been using ITRS data for estimating new investment not captured by the main balance of payments survey. Data dissemination standards 10. Latvia has subscribed to the Fund’s Special Data Dissemination

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This 2001 Article IV Consultation highlights that Latvia has enjoyed a strong economic performance since the last Article IV Consultation in June 2000. Real GDP growth was 6½ percent in 2000 and accelerated to 8¾ percent in the first half of 2001; growth has been led primarily by investment. Inflation has remained low at 3 percent in 2000 and 2001. Market sentiment toward Latvia remains favorable, as evidenced by the relatively low yield spread on Latvia’s first Eurobond and by the successful issue, in November 2001, of a second Eurobond.
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, supplemented by balance sheet data from banks, are employed to estimate financial account flows. As additional sources, BoL has requested data from the Security and Exchange Commission and from the Privatization Agency on shares in state-owned companies sold to non-residents. Starting in 2000 BOL has also been using ITRS data for estimating new investment not captured by the main balance of payments survey. Data dissemination standards 10. Latvia has subscribed to the Fund’s Special Data Dissemination Standard since November 1996 and has been posting metadata on the

International Monetary Fund
Latvia's economy has emerged from the recession triggered by the Russian crisis. Executive Directors commended the strong economic growth and low inflation. They appreciated the open and liberal trade system and the soundness of the banking system. They emphasized the need to maintain fiscal and monetary policies, and accelerate structural reforms. They urged the authorities to implement reforms to improve private sector development, increase foreign direct investment, enhance governance, and also to privatize state-owned enterprises, and approved a Stand-By Arrangement for the country.
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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.