International Monetary Fund

Group of Twenty -- MAP

2011 Staff Reports for the G-20 Mutual Assessment Process (MAP)

November 2011

About the 2011 MAP

At the request of the G-20, IMF staff has provided analyses and assessments of member’s economies and policies in a set of reports for the Mutual Assessment Process (MAP). These reports serve as inputs for the Action Plan agreed by G-20 Leaders at the Cannes Summit. The 2011 Staff Reports for the G-20 MAP consist of the following: (i) an Umbrella Report that provides an integrated summary of the component reports and an upside scenario for G-20 collective action; (ii) an Accountability Report that summarizes members’ progress toward policy commitments since the Seoul Summit in 2010; (iii) a MAP Report providing analysis of members’ medium-term macroeconomic and policy frameworks; and (iv) Sustainability Reports for seven members (China, France, Germany, India, Japan, United Kingdom, and United States)—indentified by G-20 indicative guidelines—to assess the root causes and policy implications of key imbalances.
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