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    This Ex Post Assessment of Longer-Term Program Engagement for Cambodia reports its progress in implementing its economic stabilization, reconstruction, and reform programs. Prior to the normalization of relations with the IMF, Cambodia faced waves of rapid inflation and exchange rate depreciation, reflecting the government’s recurrent resort to money creation to finance the fiscal deficit as external assistance withered. With monetary instability and negative real interest rates, financial intermediation levels and confidence remain low.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 04/324.

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    Length: 46
    Date of creation: 22 Oct 2004
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:04/324

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    Keywords: ESAF arrangements; civil service; expenditure; expenditures; civil service reform; national assembly; expenditure management; fiscal policy; expenditure framework; civil servants; public administration; public expenditure; public external debt; medium-term expenditure framework; institutional development; medium-term expenditure; civil service census; administrative measures; expenditure priorities; budget management; medium term expenditure framework; service delivery; medium term expenditure; social expenditures; operating expenditures; public expenditure management; administrative capacity; expenditure control; public expenditure review; expenditure cuts; political pressures; service provider; capital expenditures; administrative reforms; operational expenditures; redundant workers; civil service recruitment; military expenditures; national ? ? assembly; institutional reforms; ministry of interior; civil service reform strategy; national institute; administrative burden; budget department; civil service reform program; service providers; government commitment; national budget; ministry of finance; poverty-reducing expenditures; expenditure implications; expenditure plan; budgetary expenditures; institutional measures; civil service payroll;


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    1. Kim, Sokchea, 2006. "An Analysis of Cambodia’s Trade Flows: A Gravity Model," MPRA Paper 21461, University Library of Munich, Germany.
    2. Sjöholm, Fredrik & Sjöberg, Örjan, 2005. "The Cambodian Economy: Ready For Take-Off?," EIJS Working Paper Series 209, The European Institute of Japanese Studies.


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