Fiscal Risks; Sources, Disclosure, and Management
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KeywordsBudgets; Debt sustainability; Government expenditures; Fiscal sustainability; Public debt; Risk management; fiscal risks; contingent liabilities; fiscal risk; fiscal transparency; budget process;
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