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Five Years After the Crisis

The five years since the global financial crisis has witnessed a striking divergence in performance between advanced economies and the emerging market

Euro Area: High Unemployment Likely to Linger

The good news: Euro Area unemployment fell for the first time in two years in June-July. The bad news: Unemployment is likely to decline only very gra

Nigeria: Fiscal Policy Challenges and Complexities

Despite its substantial oil wealth, Nigeria has recorded federal budget deficits for the past four years. Our projections suggest that the deficit wil

Turkey: Growth Set to Slow as Confidence Weakens

Large macroeconomic imbalances and increased political tensions have left Turkey among the hardest hit emerging markets as global market sentiment wor

Argentina: A Never Ending Saga

The U.S. Court of Appeals has reaffirmed the verdict of a lower court regarding payment to holdout creditors. It has, however, stayed its ruling pendi

Jordan: Challenges Remain to Narrow the Large Twin Deficits

The turmoil in the region has aggravated the twin deficits in 2012. The removal of fuel subsidies combined with a surge in grants will narrow the fisc

Jordan: Steady Recovery in a Fragile Regional Environment

Economic activity is expected to recover gradually in 2013 and 2014, helped by sizable multilateral and bilateral support in the form of loans and gra

Tanzania: The Promise and Challenge of Gas Discoveries

Real GDP growth should remain buoyant, at around 8% in 2013 and 2014. Strong FDI inflows are likely to continue over the medium term. Offshore gas pro

Malaysia: Reelected Government's Policy Priorities

After May's narrow election victory, the government is likely to target greater fiscal adjustment in the upcoming budget for 2014, while monetary poli

Romania: Near-Term Stability, Medium-Term Challenges

With sharply reduced external imbalances likely to be sustained and government deficit set to remain less than 3% of GDP, near-term risks appear well
 

 

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