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    Iraq’s 2005 Article IV Consultation reports that there has been a marked deterioration in Iraq’s human development indicators over the last twenty years. There is relatively little firm data on the balance of payments other than on oil exports, government imports of goods and services, and external reserves. There have been large current account deficits in 2004 and 2005, reflecting high levels of imports related to reconstruction and recovery. The Iraqi government has begun to engage with official creditors in line with the Paris Club agreement.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 05/294.

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    Length: 66
    Date of creation: 16 Aug 2005
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:05/294

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    Keywords: Article IV consultations; Balance of payments statistics; Banking systems; Economic conditions; Economic indicators; Exchange rate regimes; External debt; Government finance statistics; National accounts; Oil sector; Trade policy; debt; debt reduction; payments; interest; balance of payments; creditors; central bank; debt service; expenditures; debt management; current account; restructuring; debt stock; private creditors; treasury bills; debt sustainability; debt forgiveness; debt relief; public debt; loans; liabilities; letters of credit; tax revenues; credit tranche; taxes; debt outstanding; debt cancellation; external debt stock; public expenditure; public finance; domestic currency; current account deficit; external debt service; official creditors; bilateral agreements; debt service reduction; domestic financing; debt rescheduling; external financing; repayments; debt burden; deficits; credit policies; stock of debt; reserve assets; multilateral debt; repayment; debt ratio; external debt sustainability; external debt management; public debt management; current account deficits; creditor; outstanding debt; loan disbursements; overdrafts; reserve management; short-term debt; general resources account; collections; payment arrangements; domestic financial market; bilateral agreement; multilateral creditors; bilateral donor; total external debt; amount of debt; domestic investors; payments systems; external funding; long-term debt; balance of payment; current account balance; debt situation; debt dynamics; bilateral donors; private creditor; external debt situation;

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