Sudan : 2012 Article IV consultation.

Staff Report for the 2012 Article IV consultation, prepared by a staff team of the IMF, following discussions that ended on July 23, 2012, with the officials of Sudan on economic developments and policies. Based on information available at the time of these discussions, the staff report was complete...

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Corporate Author: International Monetary Fund.
Format: eBook
Published: Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, ©2012.
Series:IMF country report ; no. 12/298.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Cover; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; FIGURES; 1. Oil Sector Contribution to GDP; 2. Oil Production and Revenues; BOXES; 1. Impact of the Secession of South Sudan; 2. The Fund's Role in Sudan Since South Sudan Secession; RECENT DEVELOPMENT, OUTLOOK AND RISKS; A. Developments in 2011 and the First Half of 2012; 3. Oil-Revenue Agreement Between Sudan and South Sudan; 3. Credit to the Government; Inflation and Reserve Money, 2009-12; 4. Official and Parallel Exchange Rates 2007-12; B. Outlook and Risks; 4. Risk Assessment Matrix; POLICY DISCUSSIONS.
  • A. Containing the Deterioration of Economic Conditions5. Key Measures Adopted in June 2012; 6. External Stability Assessment; B. Economic Transformation; C. Promoting Competitiveness and Inclusive Growth; DEBT ISSUES; OTHER ISSUES; STAFF APPRAISAL; 5. Selected Economic Indicators, 2005-12; 6. Comparison 2010 and 2012 Article IV Staff Reports; 7. Selected Political and Social Indicators; 8. Selected Economic and Financial Indicators; TABLES; 1. Selected Economic Indicators, 2008-13; 2. Balance of Payments, 2008-17; 3. Government Operations, 2008-17; 4. Monetary Survey, 2008-13.
  • 5. Summary Accounts of the Monetary Authorities, 2008-136. Summary Accounts of the Commercial Banks, 2008-13; 7. Medium-Term Macroeconomic Outlook, 2010-17; 8. Financial Soundness Indicators for the Banking Sector, 2006-12; 9. Millennium Development Goals; 10. Payment Indicators, 2007-12; CONTENTS; ANNEX I. RELATIONS WITH THE FUND; ANNEX II. RELATIONS WITH THE WORLD BANK; ANNEX III. RELATIONS WITH THE AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK; ANNEX IV. STATISTICAL ISSUES.