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IMF praises Argentina’s new statistical rigour

Argentina's stats on the right track, IMF says

The International Monetary Fund has praised Argentina's "extraordinary efforts" and the "important progress" made in improving the quality of the nation's statistics.

Meeting on August 31, the fund's executive board considered Argentina's progress in improving the accuracy and quality of official data on the consumer price index and gross domestic product.

"A revised series for GDP has been produced that is broadly in line with international standards, and a new CPI series has been launched that

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