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  • International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.
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    Significant progress has been made in Haiti to safeguard macroeconomic stability after the January 2010 earthquake. However, the pace of the reconstruction has been slow and the business environment remains unattractive. Further development and strengthening social safety nets are essential. The monetary policy stance is appropriate and continuing commitment to exchange rate flexibility is appreciated. Improving the business environment is important to raise productivity, enhance competitiveness, and achieve higher and more inclusive growth.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 13/90.

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    Length: 126
    Date of creation: 02 Apr 2013
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:13/90

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    Keywords: Article IV consultation reports; Political economy; Economic growth; Fiscal policy; Public investment; Infrastructure; Social safety nets; Fiscal reforms; Monetary policy; Flexible exchange rate policy; Staff Reports; Public information notices; Haiti; central bank; public debt; current account; debt relief; debt unit; debt service; debt management; debt sustainability; external debt; domestic financing; government debt; balance of payments; current account balance; external public debt; external debt service; budget law; debt sustainability analyses; debt strategy; external financing; private credit; domestic financial markets; domestic financial market; external resources; medium-term debt sustainability; public debt management; concessional debt; current account deficit; external debt management; amount of debt; foreign currency debt; debt situation; public finances; foreign aid; liquid reserves; deficit financing; external payment; debt stock; reserve assets; private debt; budget balances; currency debt; payment arrears; excess volatility; current accounts; external shocks; government deficit; public external debt; debt rescheduling;

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