Republic of Croatia: 2000 Article IV Consultation and Request for a Stand-By Arrangement—Staff Report; Staff Statement; Public Information Notice and Press Release on the Executive Board Discussion; and Statement by the Authorities of Croatia

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International Monetary Fund, Mar 23, 2001 - Business & Economics - 102 pages
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Croatia achieved progress in restoring control over the public finances. Executive Directors welcomed the comprehensive economic program, with its focus on the fiscal deficit and tax reductions, wage discipline, and structural reforms in the context of a stable exchange rate. They stressed the need to maintain fiscal and monetary policies, and improve the economic statistics. They commended the country's banking system under a strengthened regulatory framework and improved supervision. They also appreciated Croatia's accession to the World Trade Organization.
 

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Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
I INTRODUCTION
II BACKGROUND
III THE AUTHORITIES STRATEGY AND PROGRAM FOR 2001
IV DESIGN OF THE PROPOSED STANDBY ARRANGEMENT
V SURVEILLANCE ISSUES
VI STAFF APPRAISAL
CROATIASTANDBY ARRANGEMENT
CROATIAEXTERNAL AND FINANCIAL SECTOR VULNERABILITY
MEMORANDUM OF ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL POLICIES
Fiscal sector reforms
Monetary and financial sector reforms
Public enterprise reform and privatization
Trade policy and other reforms
Attachments Annexes IX
Statement by the IMF Staff Representative March 19 2001

As of December 31 2000
RELATIONS WITH THE WORLD BANK
STATISTICAL ISSUES
IMF Approves 14Month US255 Million StandBy Credit for Croatia
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