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Islamic Republic of Mauritania :, Ex Post Assessment of Longer-Term Program Engagement

In this study, the ex post assessment (EPA) of longer program engagement with Mauritania is discussed. From this program, macroeconomic stability has been achieved. EPAs are intended to provide an opportunity to step back from continuing program relations to consider an analysis of the economic problems facing the country, review progress under IMF-supported programs, and draw forward-looking lessons for future IMF engagement. The newly designed poverty reduction strategy and ECF-supported program addresses the challenges identified by the EPA
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Executive Summary; I. Introduction; Tables; 1. Summary of Lending Arrangements, 1984-2010; 2. Summary of Programs, 1999-2009; II. The 1999, 2003 and 2006 PRGFs: Objectives and Strategies; A. Program objectives; B. Conditionality; 3. Structural Conditionality; Figure: 1. Streamlining of Structural Conditionality in 1999-2009; III. Performance under the Programs; A. The Macroeconomic Record; B. The Structural Reforms; 4. Macroeconomic Volatility: International Comparisons; 5. Compliance with Structural Conditionality; C. Poverty Reduction and the MDGs
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non fiction
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1 online resource (41 p.)
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