Gobierno: No hay impacto de la encuesta the NSSO and los números del PIB

NEW DELHI: On Wednesday, The Ministry Of Statistics And Program Implementation (MOSPI) Said Categorically That There Was No Impact On The Finding Of The () Report On The PIB Numbers As Assembled A Strong Defense Of The Country's Data Ecosystem.

A Newspaper Report On Wednesday Had Said MCA-21 Database Used For Calculating The New GDP Series Was Found To Be Full Of Holes, Raising Doubts About GDP Data. It Was Found That The NSSO Had Found Nearly 36% Of The Companies - Part Of MCA-21 Database -" Could Not Be Traced Or Were Wrongly Classified. " It Triggered A Debate On About The Quality Of India's Data And The Process Involved.

It Is Emphasized That There Is No Impact On The Existing GDP/GVA (gross Value Added) Estimates For The Corporate Sector As Due Care Is Taken To Appropriately Adjust The Corporate Filings At The Aggregate Level Based On The Paid Up Capital, The Ministry Said In A Statement.

The Ministry Recently Commissioned The Recent Exercise Of The National Sample Surveys Office To Present A Technical Report On The Services Sector In Order To Understand The Gaps In The Data And Take Corrective Measures When Undertaking The New Baseline Review Exercise For The Series Proposal 2017-2018. The Results Of This Report Will Be Further Examined By The Advisory Committee Before Finalizing Approach And Methodology For Proposed Series 2017-18, Added.

The Experts Also Said That The News Report Had Elaborated Simplistic Assumptions And Criticized The Attempts To Undermine The Data Estimation Process.

What Is This Is There Is A Large Number Of Shell Companies. The Report Shows The Number Of Shell Companies Is Particularly Large In The Services Sector. But If That Leads To An Overestimation Of GDP Is The Question? " Pronab Sen, Former Chief Statistician Of India, Said.

The Answer Is It Does Not. Shell Companies Do Not Create Value On Their Own But They Show Value Created By The Mother Company. The Value Which Has Been Created Is Shown In The Books Of The Shell Company. If You Don ' T Capture That, Then You Would Be Underestimating The GDP, I Said

The Ministry Also Said That The National Accounts Statistics Series 2011-12 Incorporated Changes In Data Sources, Expansion In Coverage Of Activities And Improvements In Procedures That Are Aligned With The Most Recent Recommendations Of The 2008 National Accounts System Of The UN, To The Extent That The Data Are Available.

He Said That There Has Been Better Coverage Of Financial Corporations, Local Agencies And Autonomous Institutions, All Of Which Have An Impact On Estimates Of Gross Value Added. The National Accounts Series 2011-12 Also Began To Use The Available Corporate Sector Data From The Ministry Of Corporate Affairs In Its Estimates.