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A problem with "blind data" at the World Bank: Iceland should sell tractors to save its private banks

It is great to trust the numbers you are provided by global institutions.   But even they sometimes produce data that begs a few questions.   Playing with the latest release from the World Bank (starting at the top of the alphabet no less) we noted something strange in Iceland. According to the latest stats, if you go to Iceland, you will find over 16,000 tractors per 100 sq. km of arable land.   

 

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