WB appraise Georgia's statistical capacity at 94 points
Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb. 10 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
According to the World Bank (WB), the indicator of Georgia's statistical capacity increased from 67 to 94 points in 2004-2010, the Georgian Statistics Agency (Gruzstat) told Trend on Thursday.
"This growth rate is highest in developing countries of Europe and Central Asia," Gruzstat said.
The statistical capacity indicator is determined on a 100-point scale.
Georgia's figure is much higher than average of developing countries, which is 65 points.
WB regularly evaluates statistical capacity of different countries. The evaluation determines compliance of the official statistics with international standards and recommendations in the following areas: methodology, data sources, periodicity and timeliness of the announcement of the statistics.