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  • International Monetary Fund. European Dept.
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    Kosovo’s macroeconomic and financial policies have remained broadly on track. Progress continues to be made toward the key objectives, i.e., restoring a sustainable fiscal position and sufficient government cash buffers, anchoring fiscal policy, and enhancing the resilience of the financial system. Careful preparation of social spending initiatives and fragile political environment remains key. The policies under the program provide the best safeguard to steer the economy through the period ahead, establish confidence in macroeconomic management, and lay the foundations for robust and balanced growth.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 13/113.

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    Length: 54
    Date of creation: 07 May 2013
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:13/113

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    Keywords: Stand-by arrangement reviews; Fiscal policy; Government expenditures; Transport; Private sector; Global competitiveness; Monetary policy; Bank supervision; Economic indicators; Debt sustainability analysis; Performance criteria waivers; Staff Reports; Press releases; Kosovo; fiscal framework; public debt; primary fiscal balance; fiscal balance; debt service; fiscal sustainability; government budget; tax revenue; revenue collection; tax revenues; fiscal targets; capital expenditure; primary expenditure; government revenue; fiscal stance; public finances; budgetary impact; budget support; fiscal impact; fiscal rule; fiscal developments; primary deficit; fiscal adjustment; fiscal capacity; budget law; fiscal management; fiscal issues; government spending; primary fiscal deficit; fiscal program; tax base; budgetary flexibility; expenditure cuts; fiscal years; capital expenditures; government deficit; fiscal decentralization; spending cuts; fiscal position; formal sector; fiscal revenues; fiscal deficit; budgetary funds; budget allocation; tax system; fiscal implications; structural fiscal;

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