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Inflation and Monetary Policy in a Low-Income and Fragile State: The Case of Guinea

April 21, 2023
Working Paper No. 2023/084  click for more

Leveraging Anti-money Laundering Measures to Improve Tax Compliance and Help Mobilize Domestic Revenues

April 21, 2023
Working Paper No. 2023/083  click for more

Far More Than a Shot in the Arm: Vaccines and Consumer Spending

April 21, 2023
Working Paper No. 2023/081  click for more

Unleashing India’s Growth Potential

April 21, 2023
Working Paper No. 2023/082  click for more

Gillian Tett on Anthropology for the Modern Economist

April 21, 2023
Anthropology offers insights into public policy challenges and helps economists better understand socioeconomic problems.  click for more

Jordan: Financial Sector Assessment Program-Financial System Stability Assessment

April 21, 2023
Country Report No. 2023/140  click for more

2023 Handbook of IMF Facilities for Low-Income Countries

April 21, 2023
Policy Paper No. 2023/020  click for more

Suriname: Technical Assistance Report-Medium-Term Macro-Fiscal Forecasting

April 20, 2023
Country Report No. 2023/144  click for more

Kosovo’s Electricity Sector Challenges and Opportunities: Republic of Kosovo

April 20, 2023
Selected Issues Paper No. 2023/025  click for more

Tax Revenue Growth and Formalization: Republic of Kosovo

April 20, 2023
Selected Issues Paper No. 2023/026  click for more

Union of the Comoros: Second Review Under the Staff-Monitored Program-Press Release; and Staff Report

April 20, 2023
Country Report No. 2023/143  click for more

IMF Management Completes the Second Review of the Staff-Monitored Program with the Union of the Comoros

April 20, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine have severely affected Comoros, exacerbating already weak macroeconomic conditions. While benefiting from substantial aid from the diaspora and development partners during the pandemic, Comoros’ economic activity stagnated in 2020-2021. The expected recovery in 2022 was interrupted by Russia’s war in Ukraine and its spillovers on global commodity prices, with inflation reaching record double-digit levels in 2022 and a considerably worsened fiscal outlook. Effects of the shocks are expected to recede in 2023, with growth expected at 3 percent, although considerable uncertainty remains in the global outlook.  click for more

IMF Reaches Staff-Level Agreement with the Republic of Kosovo on a Stand-By Arrangement (SBA) and a Resilience and Sustainability Facility (RSF)

April 20, 2023
An IMF mission led by Mr. Gabriel Di Bella visited Pristina during March 8-24; and held follow-up virtual and in-person meetings during March 27-April 14, to discuss macroeconomic policies, the energy sector, the reform agenda, climate change mitigation and adaptation policies, and possible IMF support.  click for more

Sweden: Financial Sector Assessment Program–Technical Note on Basel Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision

April 20, 2023
Country Report No. 2023/139  click for more

Jordan — Financial Sector Assessment Program and Financial System Stability Assessment

April 20, 2023
Jordan’s financial sector, dominated by banks, has withstood several large external shocks (Global Financial Crisis, Arab Spring, war in Syria and influx of refugees, and COVID-19) since the latest FSAP that was conducted in 2008-09 in part thanks to measures implemented by the authorities to enhance the system’s resilience and oversight. At the current juncture, global growth headwinds, high energy and food prices, and higher interest rates are putting pressure on corporate and household sector balance sheets.  click for more

IMF Conference on Geoeconomic Fragmentation

April 19, 2023

Surviving Low Interest Rates Central Banks in Kosovo and Other Western Balkan Countries: Republic of Kosovo

April 19, 2023
Selected Issues Paper No. 2023/027  click for more

IMF and World Bank Group to Hold 2026 Annual Meetings in Bangkok Thailand

April 19, 2023
The last time the Annual Meetings were held in Bangkok was in 1991.  click for more

Trinidad and Tobago: Strengthening Cybersecurity in Financial Institutions

April 17, 2023
High Level Summary Technical Assistance Report No. 2023/003  click for more

African Consultative Group Meeting: Statement by the Chairman of the African Caucus and the Managing Director of the IMF

April 16, 2023
Mr. Olavo Correia, Cabo Verde’s Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Chair of the African Caucus and Ms. Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), issued the following statement at the conclusion of the African Consultative Group meeting.  click for more

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