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Kingdom of the Netherlands-Aruba and the IMF
Updated August 16, 2017

The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on February 08, 2008. Listed below are items related to the Kingdom of the Netherlands-Aruba, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).

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July 25, 1997 -- Kingdom of the Netherlands--Aruba Recent Economic Developments
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 97/56
June 09, 1997 -- IMF Survey:
Featured in this issue: Manuel Guitian on IMF's work on monetary, banking, and exchange rate areas; impact of labor standards on trade, Michel Camdessus on Argentine reforms and Alassane Ouattara on globalization's challenges for Africa; and IMF's first press information notices--summaries of Executive Board discussions on economies of Aruba, Belize, and Tunisia. PDF File Size: 617Kb
May 27, 1997 -- Press Information Notice: IMF Concludes Article IV Consultation with Kingdom of the Netherlands - Aruba
Public Information Notices (PINs) form part of the IMF's efforts to promote transparency of the IMF's views and analysis of economic developments and policies.
September 14, 1995 -- Kingdom of the Netherlands - Aruba - Recent Economic Developments
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 95/89
Notes: This report on recent economic developments in Aruba was prepared by a staff team of the International Monetary Fund as background documentation for the periodic consultation with this member country. In releasing this document for public use, confidential material may have been removed at the request of the member.

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