What is an interim report?

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An interim report is a publication that is prepared on a monthly, quarterly or semi-annual basis. It usually contains records and statistics that explain the progress of a given public institution or co-oporation. Parastatals usually release interim reports to update the public on the progress made over a given period of time.
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