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Cambodia :, Staff Report for the 2013 Article IV Consultation

This Debt Sustainability Analysis update highlights Cambodia’s continued low debt distress rating: all debt burden indicators are projected to remain below the respective thresholds. The authorities have made progress in monitoring their potential contingent liabilities and strengthening debt management. Consistent with the Debt Management Strategy adopted in 2012, there has been progress in monitoring potential contingent liabilities, including those related to power generation and distribution projects under public-private partnerships that receive government guarantees. The latest estimates show that the total investment of all projects amounted to about $3.2 billion (about 25 percent of GDP in 2012), lower than the previous estimate of about 50 percent of GDP in 2011
Table Of Contents
Cover; CONTENTS; OUTLOOK AND RISK; FIGURES; 1. Strong Growth with Downside Risks; 2. Stable External Position; POLICY DISCUSSIONS; A. Maintaining the Momentum of Fiscal Consolidation; 3. Maintaining the Momentum of Fiscal Consolidation; B. Improving Monetary Policy Effectiveness and Containing Macro Financial Risks; 4. Rapid Credit Growth and New Challenges; BOXES; 1. Financial Sector Developments and Risks; C. Promoting Competitiveness and Inclusive Growth; 2. Cambodia's Export Competitiveness and the Implications of AEC 2015; 3. Fiscal Policies for Human Capital Development; STAFF APPRAISAL
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