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Kingdom of Swaziland :, Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix

The current high Southern African Customs Unions revenues should be used to implement fiscal measures to secure fiscal sustainability and support economic growth. The government should formulate a financial sector strategy that addresses Swaziland’s twin challenges of enhancing financial development and ensuring financial stability. Compounding the threat to exports of sugar and textiles is the looming issue of remaining competitive in a quickly changing global environment. The statistics on export and import, gross domestic product, assets and liabilities, and other such data have also been provided
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Basic Data; I. Swaziland: Fiscal Policy and Sustainability; A. Introduction; B. Fiscal Performance 1997-2006; Figures; I.1. SACU Countries: Revenue and Expenditure Indicators, 2004/05; C. Medium-Term Outlook for Fiscal Policy and Growth; D. The Non-SACU Fiscal Balance; E. Fiscal Sustainability; F. Fiscal Management and Fiscal Credibility; G. Conclusions; Appendix I; Appendix II; References; II. Swaziland's Financial Sector Development and Future Strategies; A. Introduction; II.1. Banking Sector Depth and Economic Growth; B. Benchmarking and Peer Group Analyses
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1 online resource (107 p.)
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