United Arab Emirates [electronic resource] : 2009 Article IV Consultation: Staff Report; Public Information Notice; and Statement by the Executive Director for United Arab Emirates.

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Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2010.
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Article IV consultation reports.
Balance of payments.
Bank capital.
Bank credit.
Bank creditors.
Bank debt.
Bank financing.
Bank guarantees.
Bank lending.
Bank liquidity.
Bank loans.
Bank reserves.
Bank solvency.
Bank stocks.
Bank syndicate.
Banking license.
Banking markets.
Banking sector.
Banking statistics.
Banking system.
Banks liabilities.
Bilateral loans.
Budget balance.
Capital adequacy.
Capital adequacy ratio.
Capital base.
Capital mobility.
Central bank.
Central banking.
Central banks.
Coverage of debt.
Credit risk.
Creditor data.
Current account.
Current account balance.
Current account deficits.
Current account surplus.
Current expenditure.
Debt event.
Debt holders.
Debt information.
Debt management.
Debt management offices.
Debt management units.
Debt restructuring.
Debt situation.
Debt staff.
Debt units.
Economic growth.
Economic indicators.
External borrowing.
External debt.
External financing.
External funding.
External liquidity.
Global liquidity.
Government debt.
Government finance.
Government loans.
Holding company.
International debt.
Investment spending.
Loan classification.
Local debt.
Market debt.
Public finances.
Reserve adequacy.
Retail banking.
Return on assets.
Return on equity.
Return on investment.
Short-term debt.
Sovereign debt.
Staff Reports.
Tier 1 capital.
Tier 2 capital.
Total external debt.
Working capital.
United Arab Emirates.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) was adversely affected by a series of external and domestic shocks in 2009, including the global economic slowdown, the shutdown of international capital markets, and the impact of the bursting Dubai property bubble in mid-2008. Oil receipts plummeted, global trade and logistics contracted, as did property and construction activities. Executive Directors have welcomed the ongoing engagement with Dubai World’s creditors and stressed the importance of a speedy, orderly, cooperative, and predictable approach to debt restructuring.
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