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Uganda :, Second Review Under the Policy Support Instrument and Request for Waiver of Assessment Criteria: Staff Report; Staff Supplement; Press Release on the Executive Board Discussion; and Statement by the Executive Director for Uganda

Economic growth has recovered, but higher food and fuel prices have sparked a sharp rise in inflation. Monetary policy has been tightened to contain core inflation and effects of the food and fuel price shocks. The government has allowed for scaling up of infrastructure investment spending. The programmed adjustment of fiscal and monetary policies will help put Uganda on a more sustainable medium-term trajectory. Eliminating tax exemptions and incentives will address the revenue gap. The planned oil revenue management framework is encouraging
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Executive Summary; I. Recent Developments; Figures; 1. Real and External Developments; 2. Recent Fiscal and Monetary Developments; 3. Longer Term Fiscal Developments; II. Program Performance; III. Policy discussions; A. Overview; B. Macroeconomic Outlook; C. Fiscal Policy; Boxes; 1. Revenue Efficiency and Tax Exemptions in Uganda; D. Monetary and Exchange Rate Policies; E. External Sector; F. Financial Sector; G. External Borrowing; IV. Program Issues; V. Staff Appraisal; Tables; 1. Selected Economic and Financial Indicators, FY2008/09-2013/14
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non fiction
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