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Philippines: Fiscal Control Remains

Last year's boost in public expenditures helped spur domestic demand and revive the economy. The ability to use the budget as a discretionary policy t

Italy: Yields At Risk Again As Uncertainty Looms

Ahead of the February 24-25 elections, opinion polls show tightened margins among the four main political groupings and a senate majority in doubt. Un

Zambia: Unlocking Potential for Higher, Inclusive Growth

Despite high growth rates over the past decade, poverty, inequality and unemployment remain high. In order to achieve higher and more inclusive growth

Nigeria: Striving To Unlock Its Economic Potential

Despite Nigeria's hydrocarbon wealth and robust growth over the past decade, unemployment is high, governance poor, and poverty widespread. Human deve

Indonesia: Facing External Constraints

The large current account deficit along with easy monetary conditions, rising energy subsidies and recent trade and investment policy missteps brought

Ireland: Promissory Note Deal Gives Government Key Gains

An agreement between Ireland's government and central bank replaces high-interest amortizing promissory notes with lower interest floating rate bonds.

February 2013 Global Economic Chartbook Update

The February edition of our Global Economic Chartbook updates our views on the global outlook, providing charts on the global business cycle, global i

Peru: Seeking to Stem Capital Inflows

Currency appreciation pressures have intensified, reflecting the country's strong growth prospects and a reduction in global risk aversion. Seeking to

Oil 2013: Prices Steady, Markets Well-Supplied

The oil market will continue to be well-supplied in 2013 as production capacity, especially outside of OPEC, will grow faster than demand, which will

February 2013 Global Economic Monitor

The evidence is mounting that the global economy has reached an inflection point at the turn of the year. GDP growth is recovering after a dismal last



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