International Monetary Fund Annual Report 1994 [electronic resource]

International Monetary Fund
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1994.
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1 online resource (284 p.)
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Annual Report of the Executive Board

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Balance of payments. (search)
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Debtor countries. (search)
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Dispute settlement. (search)
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Foreign trade. (search)
Free trade. (search)
Free trade agreement. (search)
Free trade area. (search)
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General resources account. (search)
Global markets. (search)
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Global trade liberalization. (search)
Government debt. (search)
Government deficit. (search)
Government deficits. (search)
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Import costs. (search)
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Import tariff structure. (search)
Import tariffs. (search)
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Imported inputs. (search)
Importing countries. (search)
Income distribution. (search)
Increased trade. (search)
Increasing competition. (search)
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Increasing trade. (search)
Indebted countries. (search)
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Intellectual property. (search)
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International capital. (search)
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International standard. (search)
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Liberalized trade. (search)
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Liquidity crisis. (search)
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Member country. (search)
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National markets. (search)
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Nominal interest rates. (search)
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Official creditors. (search)
Oil prices. (search)
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Oil shock. (search)
Open borders. (search)
Open economy. (search)
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Partner countries. (search)
Per capita income. (search)
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Price stability. (search)
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Private financing. (search)
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Process of trade liberalization. (search)
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Transition countries. (search)
Transition economies. (search)
Transition economy. (search)
Unemployment rate. (search)
Uniform tariffs. (search)
Value-added tax. (search)
Venture capital. (search)
Volume of trade. (search)
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Wage differentials. (search)
World economy. (search)
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World markets. (search)
World output. (search)
World prices. (search)
World trade. (search)
World trade organization. (search)
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Bulgaria. (search)
Germany. (search)
Japan. (search)
United States. (search)
The Annual Report to the Board of Governors reviews the IMF’s activities and policies during any given year. There are five chapters: (1) Overview, (2) Developments in the Global Economy and Financial Markets, (3) Policies to Secure Sustained and Balanced Global Growth, (4) Reforming and Strengthening the IMF to Better Support Member Countries, and (5) Finances, Organization, and Accountability. The full financial statements for the year are published separately and are also available, along with appendixes and other supplementary materials.
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