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Mr. Ralph Chami, Connel Fullenkamp, Mr. Thomas F. Cosimano, and Fabio Berzaghi

a sustainable path. If we can reliably identify and measure the market-value services provided by natural resources—such as recreation, tourism, and carbon sequestration—we can then compare the present monetary value of these benefits with the cost of investing in them, just as we do for other assets. The resulting valuations can effectively motivate environmental investment for several reasons. First, they show exactly what concrete services society currently receives from our stock of natural resources—as we have shown with the elephant example—which helps

International Monetary Fund

recorded at values reported by donors and foreign direct investors instead of market values. Service transactions are recorded on a cash basis. Source data . The balance of payments statistics data are compiled from a number of sources, including customs declarations, banking transactions records, surveys, and administrative records. Data sources for estimating goods for processing (e.g., garments) are not adequate and adjustments to goods imports derived from customs returns are not available. Goods for processing represent a significant component of the balance of

International Monetary Fund
This Report on the Observance of Standards and Codes (ROSC) data module provides an assessment of Bangladesh’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. With some exceptions, the coverage, periodicity, and timeliness of macroeconomic statistics meet the GDDS recommendations. Guided by GDDS plans for improvement, the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, the Ministry of Finance, and the Bangladesh Bank have demonstrated commitment to continuously improve the compilation and dissemination of macroeconomic statistics.
International Monetary Fund

using the London market rate, while the US$ exchange rate versus the taka is revalued irregularly. 2.4.2 Recording is done on an accrual basis The change-of-ownership principle governs the recognition of transactions and their time of recording. Merchandise exports are recorded on an accrual basis. Grants and foreign direct investment equity contributions are recorded at values reported by donors and foreign direct investor instead of market values. Service transactions are recorded on a cash basis. 2.4.3 Grossing/netting procedures are broadly consistent