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Technical meeting on national accounts data requirements for the International Comparison Program (ICP), Cycle 2021 - the Caribbean

31 de mayo de 2021|Evento

Virtual meeting organized by ECLAC in its capacity as Regional Coordinator for Latin America and the Caribbean of the ICP.

Technical meeting with national accounts focal points of the of the International Comparison Program (ICP), Cycle 2021.

The following topics will be discussed at this meeting:

  1. Status of the ICP at global level - Schedule of Latin America and the Caribbean activities
  2. ICP National accounts requirements in the 2021 Cycle
  3. National accounts data in Latin America and the Caribbean
  4. National accounts statistical challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic

On May 26, the virtual meeting for the countries of Latin America is held.

31 mayo 2021

  • Session 1: Welcome remarks and general background

    15:00 a 15:35

    Welcome remarks:

         ▪ Statistics Division of ECLAC
         ▪ CARICOM
         ▪ World Bank

    Technical meeting on national accounts data requirements for the ICP, Cycle 2021 - the Caribbean

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  • Session 2: ICP National accounts requirements in 2021 Cycle

    15:35 a 16:15
  • Session 3: National accounts data in Latin America and the Caribbean

    16:15 a 17:05
    • Giannina López, ECLAC
      Overview on national accounts data and metadata in Latin America and the Caribbean
      ECLAC
      2017 ICP MORES information for Latin America and the Caribbean, main challenges, and later reviews
      CARICOM
      National accounts data in the Caribbean region
           » Questions, comments
  • Session 4: National accounts statistical challenges posed by COVID-19 pandemic

    17:05 a 17:50
    • World Bank
      Meeting ICP national accounts expenditure data requirements during the COVID-19 Pandemic
      ECLAC
      Compiling national accounts in the framework of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) health emergency: case study
           » Questions, comment
  • Session 5: Main agreements and conclusions

    17:50 a 18:05
    • ▪ Final remarks