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Title: The Drivers, Implications and Outlook for China’s Shrinking Current Account Surplus

Author: Deb, Pragyan ; Gjonbalaj, Albe ; Hannan, A Swarnali

Series: Working Paper No. 19/244

Date: November 8, 2019

Subject: Accounting Aging Assets Balance of trade Bank deposits Bilateral trade Bonds Capital Capital account Capital flows Capital inflows Capital outflows Centrally planned economies Commodities Commodity markets Commodity prices Comparative advantage Consumer goods Consumption Credit Credit demand Credit policy Currencies Current account Current account balances Current account deficits Current account surpluses Debt Demand Development Domestic credit Domestic savings Economic sectors Economies Equilibrium (Economics) European Union Exchange rate appreciation Exchange rate depreciation Exchange rate regimes Exchange rates Export growth Export markets Export prices Exports Financial account Financial crises Financial systems Fiscal balance Fiscal policy Fixed exchange rates Flexible exchange rates Foreign currency deposits Foreign direct investment Foreign exchange Foreign exchange reserves Fuels Global imbalances Goods Government expenditures Gross domestic product Household consumption Housing Import prices Import substitution Import tariffs Imports Income accounting Income inequality Industry Inflation Infrastructure Institutional investment Interest rates International investment position International monetary system International reserves International trade Intervention Investment Liabilities Loans Manufacturing Market economies Migrations Monetary policy Oil Oil prices Patterns of trade Pension funds Policy instruments Population Prediction theory Price increases Prices Private consumption Private sector Production Products Profit margins Public investments Purchasing power Reserve assets Reserves Risk management Savings Services Services sector Social policy Social safety nets Stocks Structural fiscal balance Tariffs Taxation Taxes Touris

Title: The Macroeconomic Effects of Labor and Product Market Reforms in Morocco

Author: Sarr, Babacar ; Benlamine, Mokhtar ; Munkacsi, Zsuzsa

Series: Working Paper No. 19/222

Date: October 11, 2019

Subject: Access to Foreign markets Bankruptcy Banks Basket of currency peg Capital Capital accumulation Capital flows Capital formation Commodity markets Commodity prices Competition Consumption Corruption Cost of capital Credit Demand Development Development sector Economic conditions Economic growth Economic indicators Economic sectors Education Education spending Emerging markets Employment Employment policy Environment Equilibrium (Economics) Exchange rate regimes Exchange rate stability Export competitiveness Export diversification Exports External shocks Financial crises Financial inclusion Financial sector Fiscal consolidation Fiscal position Fiscal space Fiscal sustainability Gender General equilibrium models Global competitiveness Goods Gross domestic product Health Higher education Hiring Household consumption Human capital Hydrocarbons Imports Inclusive growth Income taxes Informal sector Insurance International reserves International trade International trade agreements Investment Job creation Labor Labor costs Labor demand Labor force Labor force participation Labor market flexibility Labor market institutions Labor market policy Labor market reforms Labor market regulations Labor markets Labor policy Labor productivity Legislation Lines of credit Loans Market economies Minimum wages Money National income Nonmetropolitan areas P Pensions Political economy Population Potential output Prices Private consumption Private investments Private sector Production Production functions Productivity Products Public debt Public sector Real wages Shadow economy Social assistance Social insurance Social safety nets Social security Stocks Tariffs Total factor productivity Trade liberalization Underemployment Unemployment Unemployment insurance Wages Women

Title: Republic of Armenia : Technical Assistance Report-Public Investment Management Assessment

Author: International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.

Series: Country Report No. 19/33

Date: January 29, 2019

Subject: Accounting standards Accounting systems Accrual accounting Audit process Auditing Bank accounting Budget approval Budget classification Budget deficits Budget execution Budget financing Budget preparation Budget programs Budget reporting Budget support Budgetary process Budgeting Budgeting for investments Budgets Capital Capital budget Capital expenditure Capital revenue Capital stocks Cash management Central banking Central Banks Commercial banks Commodity prices Consumption Contingent liabilities Crowding out Current expenditure Debt Debt management Debt reduction Debt service Debt sustainability Depreciation Development Development financing Development planning Development plans Development strategy Economic analysis Economic functions Economic growth Economic indicators Economic sectors Economic stabilization Emerging markets Energy resources Energy sector Exchange rate depreciation Exchange rates Expenditures External audit External borrowing Financial analysis Financial crises Financial infrastructure Financial management information systems Fiscal framework Fiscal policy Fiscal projections Fiscal reporting Fiscal risk Fiscal rules Fiscal transparency Functional classification Fund reserves Government accounting Government expenditures Government finance statistics Gross domestic product Health indicators Human capital Inflation Infrastructure Institutional framework Internal audit Investment Legislation Market economies Military expenditures Money National accounts National budgets Performance audit Poverty Prices Private investments Private sector Production Program budgeting Program classification Public corporations Public debt Public finance Public investments Public procurement Public sector Public services Public welfare Public-private partnershi

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