Sudan : 2013 Article IV Consultation.

KEY ISSUES Context: The July 2011 secession of South Sudan led to the buildup of large economic imbalances in Sudan. The authorities responded in June 2012 with a comprehensive package of corrective measures, which laid the ground for a much-needed adjustment process. The reform process was expected...

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Corporate Author: International Monetary Fund. Middle Eastern Department.
Format: eBook
Published: Washington, DC : International Monetary Fund, Middle East and Central Asia Dept., [2013]
Series:IMF country report ; no. 13/318.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Cover; CONTENTS; CONTEXT; RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, OUTLOOK, AND RISKS; A. Recent Developments; B. Outlook and Risks; POLICY DISCUSSIONS; A. Restoring Macroeconomic Stability and Addressing Near-Term Challenges; BOXES; 1. Taxations of Gold; 2. Monetary Policy Transmission Mechanism; 3. External Stability Assessment; 4. Banking Sector Soundness and Development; B.A Strategy for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth; EXTERNAL DEBT ISSUES; ARTICLE VIII ISSUES; OTHER ISSUES; STAFF APPRAISAL; FIGURES; 1. Selected Economic Indicators; 2. Selected Political and Social Indicators.
  • 3. Selected Economic and Financial Indicators TABLES; 1. Selected Economic Indicators, 2010-18; 2. Balance of Payments, 2010-18; 3. Government Operations, 2010-18; 4. Monetary Survey, 2010-14; 5. Summary Accounts of the Monetary Authorities, 2010-14; 6. Summary Accounts of the Commercial Banks, 2010-14; 7. Medium-term Macroeconomic Outlook, 2010-18; 8. Financial Soundness Indicators for the Banking Sector, 2006-13; 9. Selected Economic Indicators, 2010-18; CONTENTS; RELATIONS WITH THE FUND; RELATIONS WITH THE WORLD BANK; RELATIONS WITH THE AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK; STATISTICAL ISSUES; CONTENTS.
  • BACKGROUND: SECESSION OF SOUTH SUDAN, A STRUCTURAL BREAK FIGURES; 1. Domestic Credit to the Private Sector; 2. Financial Depth; SUDAN'S FINANCIAL SYSTEM STRUCTURE; TABLES; 1. Structure of the Sudanese Financial; 3. Commercial Banks' Reserves; 4. Composition of Credit to Central Government; 5. Sudan Consumer Price Inflation; A. Banking Sector; BOXES; 1. Securities Subject to the 20 Percent Holding Ceiling; 6. Sudan Return on Equity Asset; 7. Bank Regulatory Capital to Risk Weighted Assets; 8. Nonperforming Loans to Total Loans; 2. Recent Rates of Return on Sudanese Bank Assets and Liabilities.
  • 9. Loan Loss Provisions to Nonperforming Loans 10. Gross Nonperforming Loans to Gross Loans; 11 Bank Regulatory Capital to Risk-Weighted Assets; 2. Banking Supervision Structure; 12. Commercial and Central Bank Credit to the Central Government and Non Government Sectors; B. Insurance Sector; 13. Gross Insurance Premia; C. Microfinance Sector; D. Equity Market; ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES CHALLENGES; POLICY CONSTRAINTS IMPOSED BY FINANCIAL SHALLOWNESS AND THE CAP ON BANK HOLDING OF GOVERNMENT AND CBOS SECURITIES; CONCLUSIONS ADN POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS; 3. Bank Supervision Recommendations.