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World Economic Outlook, May 1992 [electronic resource]

Author/Creator:
International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1992.
Series:
IMF eLibrary
World Economic Outlook
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
1 online resource (216 p.)
Local subjects:
Access to credit.
Account deficits.
Amortization payments.
Antitrust legislation.
Average rate of inflation.
Balance of payment.
Balance of payments.
Bank activities.
Bank credit.
Bank law.
Bank lending.
Bank lending rates.
Bank loans.
Bank management.
Bank rates.
Bank recapitalization.
Bank system.
Banking.
Banking laws.
Banking loans.
Banking operations.
Banking personnel.
Banking reforms.
Banking sector.
Banking supervision.
Banking system.
Banking systems.
Banks balance sheets.
Beneficial trade.
Bilateral debt.
Bilateral trade.
Bilateral trade agreements.
Bond markets.
Bond yields.
Budget balance.
Budget balances.
Budget constraints.
Budget deficit.
Budget deficits.
Budget law.
Budget projections.
Budget surplus.
Budgetary changes.
Budgetary discipline.
Budgetary positions.
Capital expenditures.
Central bank.
Central banking.
Central banks.
Central government budgets.
Clearing system.
Collections.
Commercial bank debt.
Commercial creditors.
Commercial paper.
Commercialization.
Concessional debt.
Consumer credit.
Corporate debt.
Credit ceilings.
Credit control.
Credit expansion.
Credit institutions.
Credit tranche.
Creditor.
Creditor countries.
Creditors.
Current account.
Current account balance.
Current account balances.
Current account deficit.
Current account deficits.
Current account surplus.
Current account surpluses.
Data processing.
Debt.
Debt accumulation.
Debt burden.
Debt burdens.
Debt cancellation.
Debt contracts.
Debt crisis.
Debt data.
Debt forgiveness.
Debt outstanding.
Debt ratio.
Debt reductions.
Debt relief.
Debt rescheduling.
Debt restructuring.
Debt service.
Debt servicing.
Debt situation.
Debt statistics.
Debt strategy.
Debt-equity.
Debt-service.
Debt-service obligations.
Debtor countries.
Deficit reduction.
Deficits.
Deposit insurance.
Discount rate.
Dollar value.
Domestic absorption.
Domestic growth.
Domestic prices.
Domestic producers.
Domestic public debt.
Domestic saving.
Economic cooperation.
Effective exchange rates.
Equity markets.
Excessive deficits.
Exchange rate policies.
Expansionary fiscal.
Expenditure cuts.
Expenditures.
Export credit.
Export growth.
Export marketing.
Export prices.
Export taxes.
External borrowing.
External debt.
External debt situation.
External financing.
External payments.
External payments arrears.
External resources.
External shocks.
Financial stability.
Fiscal adjustment.
Fiscal adjustment effort.
Fiscal adjustment process.
Fiscal adjustments.
Fiscal balance.
Fiscal burden.
Fiscal consolidation.
Fiscal contraction.
Fiscal deficit.
Fiscal deficits.
Fiscal developments.
Fiscal imbalances.
Fiscal impulse.
Fiscal impulses.
Fiscal measures.
Fiscal objectives.
Fiscal performance.
Fiscal plans.
Fiscal policy.
Fiscal position.
Fiscal positions.
Fiscal program.
Fiscal restraint.
Fiscal stabilizers.
Fiscal stance.
Fiscal stimulus.
Fiscal strategies.
Fiscal years.
Food exports.
Foreign borrowing.
Foreign capital.
Foreign exchange.
Foreign trade.
Free trade.
General resources account.
Government budget.
Government budget balance.
Government budgets.
Government deficit.
Government deficits.
Government expenditure.
Government securities.
Government spending.
Heavily indebted countries.
High inflation.
Household debt.
Import liberalization.
Increase in expenditures.
Increase in inflation.
Increasing trade.
Indebted countries.
Indirect tax.
Indirect taxes.
Inflation.
Inflation performance.
Inflation rate.
Inflationary pressures.
Installment credit.
Installments.
Interbank market.
Interest.
Interest differentials.
International trade.
Inverted yield curves.
Letters of credit.
Liabilities.
Liberalized trade.
Loans.
Long-term debt.
Long-term interest rates.
Low inflation.
Lower inflation.
Macroeconomic stability.
Macroeconomic stabilization.
Monetary aggregates.
Monetary authorities.
Monetary conditions.
Monetary data.
Monetary growth.
Monetary policies.
Monetary policy.
Monetary restraint.
Monetary stance.
Monetary stances.
Monetary system.
Monetary union.
Money growth.
Money market.
Money supply.
Mortgage interest rates.
National sovereignty.
Net debt.
Net debtor.
Net present value of debt.
Obligations.
Official creditors.
Payments.
Payments systems.
Price inflation.
Price liberalization.
Price mechanism.
Price stability.
Private creditors.
Prudential supervision.
Public debt.
Public expenditure.
Public expenditures.
Public finances.
Public sector borrowing.
Public sector expenditures.
Public spending.
Quantitative restrictions.
Rate of inflation.
Rates of inflation.
Ratios of debt.
Real interest rates.
Real money.
Real money supply.
Real output.
Recapitalization.
Reducing fiscal deficits.
Regional trade.
Repayment.
Repayments.
Repurchases.
Reserve bank.
Reserve holdings.
Reserve requirement.
Resource allocation.
Restructuring.
Secondary markets.
Skilled labor.
Social unrest.
Solvency.
Spending cuts.
Stock of debt.
Structural adjustment.
Substantial debt.
Tax incentives.
Tax increases.
Tax reforms.
Tax revenue.
Tax revenues.
Tax systems.
Taxation.
Taxes.
Terms of trade.
Terms of trade shocks.
Tight monetary stance.
Total external debt.
Trade agreements.
Trade barriers.
Trade imbalances.
Trade liberalization.
Trade relations.
Trade restrictions.
Trade shock.
Trading arrangements.
Trading partner.
Trading partners.
Trading system.
Transition period.
Treasury bills.
Treasury bonds.
Value-added tax.
Variable inflation.
Volume of trade.
Wholesale trade.
World competition.
World market.
World markets.
World prices.
Yield curve.
Yield curves.
Germany.
Grenada.
Italy.
Japan.
United Kingdom.
United States.
Summary:
This paper highlights that following a small decline in world output in 1991, growth will recover to about 11⁄2 percent in 1992 before gaining more momentum in 1993. There were signs of recovery in some of those industrial economies that have been in recession, but some other countries continued to show signs of weakness. Although the sluggishness of many cyclical indicators continues to highlight the downside risks to the short-term projections, there are several positive aspects of the current situation.
Notes:
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.
Other format:
Print Version:
ISBN:
145194506X:
9781451945065
ISSN:
0256-6877
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781451945065.081
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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