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External sector statistics: current issues and new challenges

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IFC Bulletin  |  No 48  |  28 November 2018 PDF full text (18,941kb)  |  643 pages Proceedings of the IFC-Central Bank of Armenia Workshop in Dilijan, Armenia, 11-12 June 2018. Overview of the workshop External sector statistics: current issues and new challenges Authors:  Gagik Aghajanyan, Kaushik Jayaram, Margarit Muradyan and Bruno Tissot pdf version (190kb) Session 1 - Sources and methods for the compilation of external sector statistics Compiling external sector statistics:

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IFC Bulletin  |  No 48  | 
28 November 2018
PDF full text
 (18,941kb)
 |  643 pages

Proceedings of the IFC-Central Bank of Armenia Workshop in Dilijan, Armenia, 11-12 June 2018.

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