Chad: 2012 Article IV Consultation - Staff Report, Informational Annex, Debt Sustainability Analysis, Public Information Notice
AbstractThis 2012 Article IV Consultation focuses on Chadâ€™s economic developments and policies. Economic performance in 2011â€“2012 has been marked by an oncoming stream of several large industrial projects. The IMF report highlights that growth slowed in 2011 and inflation accelerated at yearâ€™s end, while the balance of payments strengthened. The nonoil primary deficit declined in 2011, and the overall fiscal balance swung from a deficit to a small surplus leaving room for private-sector credit expansion. A new approach, developed in collaboration with international partners (including the Food and Agriculture Organisation and World Food Programme), focuses on improving water management, warehouse capacity, and information systems.
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