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    Suriname's mining-based economy has suffered from poor macroeconomic management. Executive Directors commended the authorities' efforts to stabilize the economic, fiscal, and monetary policies stances, and emphasized the need to accelerate structural reforms. They stressed the need for fiscal consolidation, exchange rate unification, economic diversification, and improvements in governance and tax administration. They welcomed the authorities' decision to subscribe to the General Data Dissemination System, and encouraged them to continue to take full advantage of the technical assistance being provided by the IMF and the Inter-American Development Bank.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 03/356.

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    Length: 44
    Date of creation: 19 Nov 2003
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:03/356

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    Keywords: Article IV consultations; Economic conditions; Recent Economic Developments Reports; central bank; banking; banking system; current account; public debt; balance of payments; macroeconomic stability; external borrowing; debt sustainability; public sector debt; foreign exchange; current account deficit; external debt; bank act; debt dynamics; capital adequacy; reserve requirement; public finances; banking supervision; debt service; bank group; banking sector; bank lending; capital expenditure; bank supervision; debt ratio; loan classification; banking statistics; external public debt; medium-term debt sustainability; nonperforming loan; government debt; current account balance; debt sustainability analysis; domestic currency; net debt; bank balance sheet; bank rate; currency mismatches; central bank rate; multilateral creditors; macroeconomic stabilization; domestic borrowings; foreign loans; bank policy; capital adequacy ratio; banking system liabilities; bank officials; bank reform; bank activities; state bank; private banks; insider lending; general resources account; resource allocation; bank financing;

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