Syrian Arab Republic [electronic resource] : 2009 Article IV Consultation: Staff Report; and Public Information Notice.

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Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2010.
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IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 10/86.
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Article IV consultation reports.
Balance of payments.
Bank supervision.
Banking sector.
Budget balance.
Budget deficit.
Budget deficits.
Central bank.
Central government budget.
Currency pegs.
Current account.
Current account balance.
Current account deficit.
Current account deficits.
Debt dynamics.
Debt ratio.
Debt ratios.
Debt stock.
Debt sustainability.
Debt sustainability analysis.
Domestic currency.
Domestic financing.
Economic indicators.
Expenditure growth.
Expenditure restraint.
External debt.
External debt sustainability.
External financing.
Financial management.
Fiscal adjustment.
Fiscal assumptions.
Fiscal balance.
Fiscal consolidation.
Fiscal deficit.
Fiscal deficits.
Fiscal forecasting.
Fiscal operations.
Fiscal outlook.
Fiscal policy.
Fiscal reforms.
Fiscal stance.
Fiscal strategy.
Fiscal sustainability.
Fiscal transparency.
Government budget.
Government debt.
Government expenditure.
Interest expenditure.
Long-term debt.
Medium-term fiscal strategy.
Primary deficit.
Primary fiscal balance.
Private banks.
Private credit.
Public debt.
Public expenditure.
Public finances.
Public sector debt.
Short-term debt.
Staff Reports.
State budget.
Tax administration.
Tax breaks.
Tax collection.
Tax incentives.
Tax rates.
Tax system.
Taxpayer office.
Total external debt.
Syrian Arab Republic.
This 2009 Article IV Consultation discusses that the impact of the global financial crisis on Syria has been relatively moderate and mostly through linkages to trading partners in the GCC and Europe. Lower growth in manufacturing, construction, and services was partially offset by a moderate recovery in agriculture and a small increase in oil production. The ongoing recovery in Syria’s trading partners is expected to contribute to a gradual increase in exports, remittances, and foreign direct investment.
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