In China today, the falsification of local economic statistics apparently still happens in some areas from time to time, and the government will occasionally issue stern warnings of heavy punishment for those who fake official economic figures. Enforcement seems to remain an issue for China as it continues its economic rise. There are many economic implications: Investors may have to think twice about investing in China; their economic figures have to be taken with a pinch of salt; and most importantly, and surely not just tongue in cheek, there should be many, many jobs for real statisticians in China.
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