Seychelles - Assessment Letter for the African Development Bank


Date: November 25, 2009
 
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Summary:Macroeconomic performance of Seychelles under the Stand-by Arrangement (SBA) has been favorable and the reforms continue to be pursued with a high degree of ownership and broad public support. The liberalization of the exchange regime, a strong fiscal adjustment, and prudent monetary policies have contributed to restoring macroeconomic stability. Program implementation has been exemplary and talks to restructure public external debt are progressing well. A debt restructuring agreement with commercial creditors, on terms comparable to those agreed with Paris Club creditors, is a crucial element in reestablishing a sustainable public debt outlook and supporting economic recovery.

 
Series : Policy Paper
Subject(s): Assessment letters | Seychelles | Economic recovery | Economic growth | Debt restructuring | Stand-by arrangements | African Development Bank