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    The staff report for the 2004 Article IV Consultation on the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste highlights economic developments and policies. Progress has been made in consolidating the new government’s administrative power and fostering a stable political environment, despite some early challenges. Despite progress in economic reconstruction, significant economic challenges remain. These challenges center on the strengthening of medium-term growth prospects to alleviate widespread poverty. Given the constraints of the current regime, prudent fiscal and wage policies will be essential to help avoid attrition in Timor-Leste’s external competitiveness.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 04/321.

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    Length: 61
    Date of creation: 12 Oct 2004
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:04/321

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    Keywords: Article IV consultations; Staff Reports; expenditure; expenditures; government expenditure; capital expenditure; capital expenditures; fiscal policy; government budget; tax revenues; central government budget; recurrent expenditure; fiscal operations; expenditure cuts; fiscal strategy; total expenditure; public expenditure; expenditure programs; fiscal expenditure; central government expenditure; government budget estimates; expenditure composition; expenditure policy; tax administration; expenditure management; public expenditure management; government expenditures; fiscal adjustment; expenditure control; tax incentives; fiscal position; prudent fiscal policy; fiscal data; budgetary expenditures; budget management; central fiscal; recurrent expenditures; fiscal issue; budgetary process; expenditure projections; fiscal stability; fiscal adjustments; fiscal balance; fiscal management; fiscal authority; fiscal deficits; expenditure authorization; tax base; fiscal outturn; quasi-fiscal activities; formal sector; fiscal activities; expenditure components; fiscal system; fiscal programs; budgetary allocations; fiscal projections; expenditure data; composition of government expenditure; budget deficits; increase in expenditures; expansionary fiscal; fiscal regimes; expenditure adjustment; budget support; fiscal program; fiscal deficit; fiscal scenario; tax policy; tax reforms; fiscal agencies; expenditure survey; military expenditures;

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    Cited by:
    1. Lundahl, Mats & Sjöholm, Fredrik, 2006. "Population Growth And Job Creation In Timor-Leste," EIJS Working Paper Series 226, The European Institute of Japanese Studies.

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