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Projected % Change
   2014  2015
Real GDP 0.6 1.4
Consumer Prices 0.5 0.7
Source: World Economic Outlook (October 2014)
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Kingdom of the Netherlands-Netherlands: Financial Position in the Fund

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De Nederlandsche Bank, NV

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IMF and Euro Area

Kingdom of the Netherlands-Aruba

Kingdom of the Netherlands-Netherlands Antilles

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Kingdom of the Netherlands-Netherlands and the IMF
Updated October 11, 2014

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April 16, 2005 -- Press Conference on the Spring 2005 Meeting of the International Monetary and Financial Committee with Gordon Brown, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer and Chairman of the IMFC, and Rodrigo de Rato, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund
March 24, 2005 -- Transcript of an IMF Book Forum -- Should Europe Embrace 'Cowboy Capitalism' Or Go Its Own Way?
September 16, 2003 -- Euro Zone Conference Call with Michael Deppler, Director, European I Department, IMF
April 03, 2003 -- Transcript of a Conference Call Press Briefing by Kenneth Rogoff, Economic Counsellor and Director of Research, David Robinson, Deputy Director of Research and Jonathan Ostry, Assistant Director of Research, IMF
On the Analytic Chapters of the April 2003 World Economic Outlook
January 10, 2002 -- Transcript of an Economic Forum - The Euro: Ready or Not
December 12, 2000 -- Transcript of Economic Forum: The Information Economy: New Paradigm or Old Fashion? December 12, 2000
Recent experience in the U.S. with high growth, low unemployment, and low inflation has led a number of observers to conclude that maybe there's a new economy or a new economic paradigm in the United States.