on the Republic of Estonia:
May 3, 2013
January 31, 2011
January 6, 2010
March 2, 2009
July 23, 2007
Article IV Staff Reports
Financial Sector Assessment Program
Projected % Change
Source: World Economic Outlook (October 2013)
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Republic of Estonia: Financial Position in the Fund
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Bank of Estonia
Ministry of Finance
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Updated November 14, 2013
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While Latvia’s recovery sets an example for other European governments struggling to reduce national debt and get out of recession, the country—as well as Baltic neighbors Lithuania and Estonia—still needs to make structural changes, a conference in Riga, Latvia hears.
|February 18, 2010 -- IMF Survey: After Severe Recession, Stabilization in Latvia|
Latvia has suffered one of the deepest recessions in the world. But an international support package helped the country through the worst of the crisis, and recovery is projected for late 2010. IMF Latvia mission chief Mark Griffiths looks at the Baltic state’s prospects.
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Even though Estonia is battling falling output and rising unemployment, the east European country’s government is confident it can ride out the global economic crisis. So confident, in fact, that it announces it is close to meeting all the criteria for adopting the euro.
|April 15, 2009 -- IMF Survey: Inflexible Budget Curbs Options as Estonia Faces Recession|
Estonia is experiencing a severe economic downturn brought on by mounting internal and external imbalances, and worsened by the global slowdown. The task for policymakers now is to reestablish the basis for balanced economic growth, external sustainability, and adoption of the euro.