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Tunisia: Staff Report for 1999 Article IV Consultation

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    Tunisia's solid growth performance continued in 1998 (5 percent) despite a contraction of agricultural production. A Market rise in the rate of investmment was accompained by a commensurate increase in the saving rate, and the external current account deficit widened only slightly to 3.4 percent of the GDP. Tunisia's strong performace in 1998 and into 1999, espacially by regiaonal standards has its roots in a prudent and well balanced macroeconomic stance, aimed at continued fiscal consolidation and disinflation, backed by a solid record of investment in social and physical infrastructure. The authorities made a notable effort to increase the transparency of policies, including through the publication of this report.

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    Paper provided by Rochester, Business - Managerial Economics Research Center in its series Papers with number 99/104.

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    Length: 64 pages
    Date of creation: 1999
    Handle: RePEc:fth:robume:99/104
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