Malaysia deputy pushes for progress on data

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Muhammad bin Ibrahim, a deputy governor of Bank Negara Malaysia, stressed the need for improved compilation and communication of data between statisticians, compilers and end-users.

Speaking at a national statistics conference on November 9, Ibrahim highlighted a number of areas to be debated regarding the need for data in both the public and private sector, and focused on the value of more forward-looking compilation.

Compilation often lags behind financial innovations and economic developments

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