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City Does Not Trust Govt. Statistics

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Some economists stress out the lack of methodological transparency

of the latest revisions to the ONS statistics:


"...it is now almost impossible to work out cumulated effects on the level of activity when the base year is altered at the same time as numerous other changes are being made to the history of the official figures."

I would say that, usually, lack of transparency (in business as well as in private life)

comes either from the sense of insecurity or as a result of some

manipulative motives or both. What do you think?

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