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International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
This paper discusses the key findings of the report on statistics technical assistance (TA) and training evaluation mission on Guatemala. It is observed that overall users trust macroeconomic statistics in Guatemala. Data-producing agencies viewed TA and training provided by Statistics Department, IMF during 1998–2015 as most effective to improving the quality of statistics. There is broad recognition of the Bank of Guatemala’s key role in producing and disseminating statistics. There was consensus that TA and training were effective and helped enhance data quality of all datasets, but to a modest extent Government Finance Statistics and Producer Price Index. The effectiveness of TA largely depends on capacity built in the main data-producing agencies.
International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

I. Introduction 1. A TA Evaluation mission from the IMF Statistics Department (STA), with the support of the IMF Western Hemisphere Department (WHD), visited Guatemala City, Guatemala during May 27-June 2, 2015. The main purposes of the mission were to evaluate the effectiveness of STA’s technical assistance (TA) and training in the compilation and dissemination of macroeconomic statistics provided to Guatemala since 1998, and to discuss with the authorities future TA priorities. Specific objectives of the mission were to (1) elicit views of the authorities

International Monetary Fund
As part of the IMF Statistics Department (STA)' s program to evaluate its technical assistance (TA) and training provided to member countries, and with the support of the Chinese authorities and the Fund’s Asia and Pacific Department (APD), a TA/training evaluation mission visited China during March 16-20, 2009. The objectives of the mission were to: (1) evaluate the effectiveness of STA’s TA and training to China during the period 2003-2008; (2) elicit China’s views on how to broaden and enhance the technical cooperation between STA and China; (3) consider the role of the General Data Dissemination System (GDDS) in support of China’s statistical development; and (4) discuss TA and training priorities for the next two years.
International Monetary Fund

Executive Summary As part of the IMF Statistics Department (STA)’ s program to evaluate its technical assistance (TA) and training provided to member countries, and with the support of the Chinese authorities and the Fund’s Asia and Pacific Department (APD), a TA/training evaluation mission visited China during March 16–20, 2009 . 2 The objectives of the mission were to: (1) evaluate the effectiveness of STA’s TA and training to China during the period 2003–2008; (2) elicit China’s views on how to broaden and enhance the technical cooperation between STA