INDEC Argentina

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The National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (INDEC, in its Spanish acronym) is a public deconcentrated body, of a technical nature, within the scope of the Ministry of Treasury of Argentina, and which runs all the official statistical activities carried out throughout the country.

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