Sudan : 2014 article IV consultation and second review under the staff-monitored program - staff report ; press releases ; and statement by the Executive Director for Sudan.

KEY ISSUESContext: Sudan's economy has yet to recover from the shock of South Sudan's secession three years ago, which took away three-quarters of oil production, half of its fiscal revenues, and two-thirds of its international payments capacity. Despite progress in implementing policies t...

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Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2014.
Series:IMF country report ; no. 14/364.
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Summary:KEY ISSUESContext: Sudan's economy has yet to recover from the shock of South Sudan's secession three years ago, which took away three-quarters of oil production, half of its fiscal revenues, and two-thirds of its international payments capacity. Despite progress in implementing policies to address the resulting imbalances, inflation remains high and growth sluggish. Macroeconomic adjustment has been complicated by structural weaknesses, a heavy debt burden, U.S. sanctions, and volatile domestic and regional political factors. The authorities embarked earlier this year on a stabilization progr.
Physical Description:1 online resource (101 pages) : illustrations (some color), chart, graphs
ISBN:1498329446
9781498329446