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Mauritius :, 2011 Article IV Consultation-Staff Report; Public Information Notice on the Executive Board Discussion

Over the past two decades, wide-ranging structural reforms, supported by prudent policies, have established Mauritius as a top regional performer. The Mauritian economy recovered in 2010. Real GDP growth is estimated to have accelerated to 4 percent (3 percent in 2009), driven by strong growth in fishing, ICT, and financial industries. Against the backdrop of the European debt crisis and a depreciating Euro in mid-2010, the government adopted a second stimulus package. Fiscal policy was less expansionary than originally envisaged
Table Of Contents
Cover; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; RECENT DEVELOPMENTS; FIGURES; 1. Macroeconomic Developments, 2004-10; OUTLOOK AND RISKS; 2. Mauritius: Macroeconomic Projections, 2006-16; POLICY THEME#1-Macroeconomic Policies for 2011; A. Fiscal Policies; 3. Fiscal Policy, 2000-11; B. Monetary and Exchange Rate Policies; 4. Monetary Policy and Inflation Rates; 5. Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate-Average for Three CGER Methodologies; POLICY THEME#2-Structural Reforms to improve Economic Growth; A. Long-Term Growth Potential; 6. Baseline Growth Scenario, 2000-30; B. Medium-Term Fiscal and Debt Policies
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