The launch will take place during the "The labor statistics in Latin America and the Caribbean. Progress and Challenges in the 90 years of the ILO" forum to be held in Panama.
Proceso Digital published: "Quipustat presents information for 19 variables and labor market indicators in Latin America and the Caribbean, which in the future will expand its content with additional information on the different dimensions of the decent work agenda. It contains statistics on the labor market in 31 countries and territories in the region. The selection of indicators is based on the ILO's four strategic objectives: to maximize productive employment opportunities for men and women, ensure respect for labor rights, foster social protection and strengthen the processes and institutionality of social dialogue."
The Central Bank intends to adopt international standards for the system of performance indicators of the economy.
Projected for the period 2014-2021, the Programme for Modernization of Macroeconomic Statistics, as well as including new indicators, will have qualitative changes in databases and modernization of the presentation of results, including the renovation of urban and rural mapping and creation of a digital directory of buildings.
General indicators, social indicators, the real estate sector, the external sector, the monetary sector, the financial sector and the fiscal sector, for the period from 2007 to 2012.
Authorities at the Bank of Guatemala have made available to operators and the general public, a publication called "Guatemala in Figures", which contains statistical information collected from various sources, including general indicators, social indicators, the real estate sector, the external sector, the monetary sector, the financial sector and the fiscal sector, for the period from 2007 to 2012.
In the first seven months of the year, 235, 529 employment contracts were made, 17, 406 more than in the same period in 2011.
A press release from the Ministry of Economy and Finance of Panama reads:
The Ministry of Labor and Workforce Development, recorded between January and July 2012, about 235,529 employment contracts, contracts 17,406 more than in the first seven months of 2011, as announced by the department of economic research at the Ministry of Economy and Finance, in a report.
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