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Bosnia and Herzegovina


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    Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Poverty Reduction Strategy paper reports that significant progress has been made since the late 1990s in building both a market economy and a single economic space. GDP growth has slowed recently following the post-conflict bounce, and the current account deficit of 18 percent of GDP in 2003 is well above levels associated with external sustainability. The slowdown in GDP growth has occurred even though GDP had not recovered to pre-war levels at the end of 2003.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 05/182.

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    Length: 17
    Date of creation: 07 Jun 2005
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:05/182

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    Keywords: Development strategy; Economic growth; Economic reforms; Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility; fiscal reform; poverty reduction strategy; poverty reduction strategy paper; fiscal stance; formal sector; taxation; reform program; poverty line; fiscal architecture; reform agenda; fiscal reform program; fiscal deficit; tax burden; employment growth; fiscal revenues; public expenditures; macroeconomic framework; public sector expenditures; municipal spending; tax evasion; fiscal target; external debt; fiscal policies; data limitations; annual budgets; fiscal terms; tax authorities; high spending; implementation capacity; public spending; fiscal imbalances; tax system; fiscal resources; consumption patterns; fiscally sustainable; tax administration; social insurance; public debt; distribution of income; financial resources; government revenue; incidence of poverty; depth analysis; revenue collection; social safety net; fiscal situation; fiscal contribution; living standards; financial sector reform; fiscal implications; fiscal effort; budget management; fiscal support; reform priorities; vertical fiscal imbalances; public expenditure; implementation of reforms; analysis of poverty; fiscal frameworks; ratio of public spending;


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