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Inexact science

1 Mar 2011 By Martin Hutchinson

Buenos Aires may fine a consultancy $120,000 for publishing inflation estimates that were twice the official figure. As inflation, output and productivity estimates determine huge money flows, governments are tempted to fiddle them. Economists beware, the problem is worsening.

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