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Title Angola : 2014 Article 4 consultation : staff report : press release : and statement by the Executive Director for Angola / International Monetary Fund
Published Washington, District of Columbia : International Monetary Fund, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (68 pages) : illustrations (some color), tables, charts
Series IMF Country Report ; Number 14/274
IMF country report ; no. 14/274
Contents Cover; CONTENTS; BACKGROUND; RECENT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS, OUTLOOK AND RISKS; POLICY DISCUSSIONS; A. Macroeconomic Framework and Asset-Liability Management; BOXES; 1. Spillovers to and from Angola; B. Saving the Oil Wealth for Future Generations; 2. Efficiency of Public Investment in Angola; C. Economic Diversification and Inclusive Growth; 3 Fuel Subsidies in Angola; D. Modernizing Monetary Policy and Strengthening Financial Stability; 4. Banco Espirito Santo Angola (BESA); E. External Balance Assessment; F. Data Issues; STAFF APPRAISAL; FIGURES; 1. Fiscal Developments, 2003-15
2. Monetary Developments, 2007-153. External Sector Developments, 2003-15; 4. Risk Assessment Matrix (June 2014); 5. Main Recommendations of the 2012 Article IV Consultation and their Current Status; TABLES; 1. Main Economic Indicators, 2009-15; 2a. Statement of Central Government Operations, 2009-15 (Billions of local currency); 2b. Statement of Central Government Operations, 2009-15 (Percent of GDP); 2c. Statement of Central Government Operations, 2009-15 (Percent of non-oil GDP); 3. Monetary Accounts, 2009-15; 4. Balance of Payments, 2009-15; 5. Illustrative Medium-Term Scenario, 2009-19
6. Financial Stability Indicators, December 2010-May 20147. External and Public Debt, 2009-19; APPENDIX; I. Improving the Business Environment
Summary KEY ISSUESContext and outlook: Angola''s recent economic developments have been positive, but softening oil revenue and limited proven oil reserves highlight the need to contain emerging fiscal deficits, preserve policy buffers, and continue diversifying the economy. Focus of consultation: Discussions focused on mitigating the main risks to the macroeconomic framework and, inter alia, policies to return to structural fiscal surpluses over the medium term, and to support economic diversification and inclusive growth, the modernization of the monetary policy framework, and financial stability. Key
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed October 17, 2014)
Subject International Monetary Fund -- Angola.
Economic indicators -- Angola.
Angola -- Economic conditions.
Angola -- Economic policy.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1498316093 (e-book)
9781498316095 (e-book)