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    This 2004 Article IV Consultation highlights that real GDP growth of Mauritius is expected to rebound to about 4½ percent in 2003/04. This largely reflects the recovery of tourism and sugar production, and continued strong construction and transportation activity. The current account is projected to remain in surplus with the recovery of the tourism sector offsetting a widening in the trade deficit. The capital and financial account is projected to register a small deficit of 0.8 percent of GDP in 2003/04 compared with a surplus in 2002/03.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 05/281.

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    Length: 64
    Date of creation: 09 Aug 2005
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:05/281

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    Keywords: Article IV consultation reports; Debt sustainability analysis; Economic growth; Economic indicators; Economic reforms; Gross domestic product; Staff Reports; public debt; current account; external debt; public sector debt; debt sustainability; debt ratio; current account balance; fiscal deficit; balance of payments; central bank; debt dynamics; external financing; tax revenue; primary deficit; fiscal sustainability; fiscal policy; total external debt; short-term debt; debt service; domestic savings; capital expenditure; external debt sustainability; domestic debt; fiscal adjustment; medium-term fiscal sustainability; tax base; expenditure policy; debt stock; domestic public debt; fiscal data; debt management; budget deficits; central government budget; government debt; public expenditure; government budget; debt restructuring; current account surplus; long-term debt; public finances; debt ratios; medium-term fiscal projections; fiscal measures; domestic currency; fiscal developments; fiscal deficits; budget deficit; fiscal assumptions; taxable income; debt management unit; external debt service; external public debt; fiscal projections; domestic saving; current account deficit; fiscal consolidation; tax policy; external shocks; fiscal imbalances; fiscal position; sustainable fiscal policy; debt-service; government fiscal deficits; structural adjustment; reserve assets; principal repayments; persistent fiscal deficits; general resources account; fiscal framework; central government fiscal; short term debt; budgetary central government; domestic debts; tax reform; debt problem; expenditure reform; government debts; fiscal policy discussions; debt problems; capital expenditures; tax system; fiscal management; tax administration; repayments; medium-term debt sustainability; public expenditure reform; fiscal balance;


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