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Republic of Serbia :, Selected Issues

High capital inflows and rising vulnerabilities underscore the importance of a comprehensive approach to ensuring stability. Standard balance sheet indicators mask a substantial build-up of exposures to exchange rate, maturity, and rollover risks. Household balance sheet risks originate from currency mismatches owing to credit euroization. The fiscal balance has a strong and significant impact on the current account in Serbia. The model is broadly able to reproduce recent economic and policy developments in Serbia. The analysis indicates that privatization can result in sizable fiscal savings
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Overview; I. Overview of Vulnerabilities; Figures; I. 1. Economy-Wide Vulnerability Indicators; A. Public Sector Vulnerabilities; Tables; I. 1. Public Sector Vulnerability Indicators; 2. External Public Debt, Aug. 2007; B. External Sector Vulnerabilities; 2. External Debt and Current Account; 3. Exports in Selected Emerging Market Economies; 3. Reserve Coverage in Selected SEE Economies, 2006; 4. Current Account and Exports in Selected European Emerging Economies, 2006; 5. Forex Reserves and NBS Securities; C. Financial Sector Vulnerabilities
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non fiction
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1 online resource (77 p.)
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