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Chile, 2010 Article IV Consultation-Staff Report; Staff Supplement; Public Information Notice on the Executive Board Discussion; and Statement by the Executive Director for Chile, International Monetary Fund

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Chile, 2010 Article IV Consultation-Staff Report; Staff Supplement; Public Information Notice on the Executive Board Discussion; and Statement by the Executive Director for Chile, International Monetary Fund
Language
eng
Abstract
Chile’s economy has withstood successfully two consecutive large negative shocks—the global financial crisis and the February 2010 earthquake. The financial system has weathered the crisis well and the cyclical deterioration of credit quality has been moderate. Large-scale private and public reconstruction spending should continue to boost growth. The authorities’ intentions to enhance the supervision of the financial sector, including the planned move toward consolidated supervision of financial conglomerates, are encouraged. The prudential framework is strengthened by adopting a functional approach to regulation and supervision
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non fiction
Main title
Chile
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Oclc number
870597442
Responsibility statement
International Monetary Fund
Series statement
IMF Staff Country Reports, Number 10/298
Sub title
2010 Article IV Consultation-Staff Report; Staff Supplement; Public Information Notice on the Executive Board Discussion; and Statement by the Executive Director for Chile
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; I. Context; II. Outlook for 2010; III. Medium Term Outlook and Risks; IV. Policy Discussions; V. Staff Appraisal; Boxes; 1. Measuring Chile's Output Gap; 2. Too-Connected-to-Fail (TCTF) Risk in the Chilean Banking System; 3. Bicentennial Capital Markets Reform (MKB); Figures; 1. Domestic Demand and Net Exports; 2. Inflation, Labor Markets and Monetary Policy; 3. Fiscal Policy; 4. Financial Markets; 5. External Current Account; 6. Net IIP and Capital Flows; 7. Banking System Developments; 8. Equity Return Pairwise Correlation, Spanish and Chilean Banks; Tables1. Selected Social and Economic Indicators2. Summary Operations of the Central Government; 3. Summary Operations of the Public Sector; 4. Balance of Payments; 5. Medium-Term Framework; 6. Indicators of External Vulnerability; 7. External Debt and Debt Service; 8. Social and Demographic Indicators; Annexes; 1. Chile's Fiscal Rule from an OECD Perspective; 2. Financial System Developments; 3. Debt Sustainability Analysis; Appendixes; 1. Fund Relations; 2. Statistical Issues Appendix; 3. World Bank-Fund Country-Level Work Program Under JMAP
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