on the Republic of Moldova:
December 8, 2014
June 23, 2014
February 1, 2012
April 6, 2011
July 16, 2010
Article IV Staff Reports
Financial Sector Assessment Program
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Source: World Economic Outlook (October 2014)
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Republic of Moldova: Financial Position in the Fund
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|Republic of Moldova and the IMF|
Updated December 17, 2014
|The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on June 23, 2014. Listed below are items related to the Republic of Moldova, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|October 01, 2003 -- Of Openess and Distance: Trade Developments in the Commonwealth of Independent States, 1993-2002|
Author/Editor: Elborgh-Woytek, Katrin
Series: Working Paper No. 03/207
|October 01, 2003 -- Priorities for Further Fiscal Reforms in the Commonwealth of Independent States|
Author/Editor: Lorie, Henri
Series: Working Paper No. 03/209
|October 01, 2003 -- Financial Development in the CIS-7 Countries: Bridging the Great Divide|
Author/Editor: De Nicoló, Gianni | Geadah, Sami | Rozhkov, Dmitriy
Series: Working Paper No. 03/205
|September 21, 2003 -- Statement by Gerrit Zalm, Minister of Finance of the Netherlands, International Monetary and Financial Committee (IMFC) Meeting, September 21, 2003|
On behalf of the constituency comprising Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Israel, Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Romania, and Ukraine.
|September 01, 2003 -- Reforming Tax Systems: Experience of the Baltics, Russia, and Other Countries of the Former Soviet Union|
Author/Editor: Stepanyan, Vahram
Series: Working Paper No. 03/173
|September 01, 2003 -- Nominal Anchors in the CIS|
Author/Editor: Keller, Peter | Richardson, Thomas J.
Series: Working Paper No. 03/179
|April 12, 2003 -- IMFC Statement by Nout Wellink on behalf of Hans Hoogervorst, Minister of Finance of the Netherlands, April 12, 2003|
The International Monetary and Financial Committee statement on behalf of the the constituency comprising Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Israel, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, Netherlands, Romania, Ukraine
|January 22, 2003 -- Press Release: Lucerne Conference on the CIS-7 Initiative|
|December 16, 2002 -- News Brief: CIS-7 Poverty Reduction Strategy Forum Sees New Opportunity to Reduce Poverty|
|December 01, 2002 -- Cross-Border Issues in Energy Trade in the CIS Countries|
Author/Editor: Dodsworth, John | Mathieu, Paul Henri | Shiells, Clinton R.
Series: Policy Discussion Paper No. 02/13
|September 28, 2002 -- Statement by Hans Hoogervorst, Minister of Finance of the Netherlands, IMFC Meeting, Washington, D.C., September 28, 2002|
The International Monetary and Financial Committee statement on behalf of Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Israel, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Romania, and Ukraine
|September 28, 2002 -- Press Briefing on Developments in Baltic and CIS Countries, Opening Remarks by John Odling-Smee, Director, European II Department, IMF|
|August 26, 2002 -- Public Information Notice: IMF Concludes 2002 Article IV Consultation with the Republic of Moldova|
Each Public Information Notice contains a background section, a table of selected economic indicators, and an Executive Board assessment.
|August 26, 2002 -- Republic of Moldova: 2002 Article IV Consultation, First Review Under the Three-Year Arrangement Under the Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility and Request for Waiver of Performance Criteria--Staff Report; Public Information Notice and News Brief on the Executive Board Discussion|
Series: Country Report No. 02/190
|July 10, 2002 -- News Brief: IMF Completes First Review of Moldova's PRGF-Supported Program, Approves US$12 Million Disbursement|
|June 24, 2002 -- Republic of Moldova -- Letter of Intent, Supplement to the Memorandum of Economic and Financial Policies, and Technical Memorandum of Understanding, June 24, 2002|
This Letter of Intent of the government of the Republic of Moldova describes the policies that the Republic of Moldova intends to implement in the context of its request for financial support from the IMF.
|June 19, 2002 -- Joint Staff Assessment of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper Preparation Status Report|
Evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of a country's poverty reduction objectives and strategies, and in it the staffs of the IMF and World Bank make recommendations about whether the PRSP or IPRSP provides a sound basis for concessional assistance from the Bank and Fund, as well as for debt relief under the Enhanced Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) Debt Initiative. PDF File Size: 118Kb
|April 20, 2002 -- Press Release: Ministers Endorse International Initiative for Seven Poor Countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States|
|April 20, 2002 -- Statement by Governor Nout Wellink, on behalf of Gerrit Zalm, Minister of Finance of the Netherlands, at the International Monetary and Financial Committee, Washington, D.C., April 20, 2002|
The International Monetary and Financial Committee member for the constituency consisting of Republic of Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Republic of Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Israel, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Kingdom of the Netherlands-Netherlands, Romania, and Ukraine
|February 04, 2002 -- Poverty Reduction, Growth and Debt Sustainability in Low-Income CIS Countries|
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are the poorest countries in the CIS, and their transition to market-based economies over the past decade has been extremely difficult. In many cases, the economic disruptions created by the break-up of the former Soviet Union were compounded by diverse shocks, including armed conflicts and massive changes in the terms of trade. For the group as a whole, real GDP fell by an average of almost 50 percent between 1990 and 1995, and poverty and inequality increased substantially. Since then, growth has resumed, but both financial and physical (life expectancy and nutritional status) indicators of living standards remain depressed or may have deteriorated in some countries. In several cases, a large volume of external debt has also been accumulated, undermining prospects for growth and poverty reduction.