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Grenada :, Ex Post Assessment of Longer-Term Program Engagement

This paper discusses Ex Post Assessment of Longer-Term Program Engagement on Grenada. Grenada’s engagement with the IMF played an important role in supporting the small island economy after it was buffeted by major adverse shocks. IMF support catalyzed substantial donor aid in the wake of unprecedented damage from two hurricanes and provided additional resources when the global crisis hit. Key reforms were also advanced, including the implementation of a value-added tax and strengthening of the nonbank regulatory framework. Executive Directors have agreed that a new program should support urgently needed fiscal consolidation, promote faster and more inclusive growth, and focus on a few macro-critical reforms
Table Of Contents
Cover; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; TABLES; 1. Arrangements with the Fund, 2006-2013; MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE, PROGRAM DESIGN, AND ASSESSMENT; A. Background; B. Macroeconomic Performance under the Programs; FIGURES; 1. Key Indicators; 2. Financial Soundness Indicators, 2004-2013; 3. Eastern Caribbean Currency Union: Social and Demographic Indicators; C. Program Design and Assessment; D. Quantitative Performance; 4. Quantitative Performance under the IMF Programs; 2. Program Performance-Selected Economic Indicators; E. Structural Performance; LESSONS AND CHALLENGES FOR FUTURE PROGRAM DESIGN
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