This Selected Issues paper covers three topics of particular relevance to Mauritania: export competitiveness and exchange rate policy, the monetary policy framework, and the transfer of government deposits from commercial banks to the central bank. The paper reports on the recent economic developments over 1999–2001. It describes a stable macroeconomic environment with robust growth, low inflation, manageable current account deficits, and a comfortable level of gross foreign reserves. The paper also looks at the issue of export competitiveness and exchange rate policy.
This report provides details of the IMF's projections and estimates on New Zealand's gross domestic product by sector; selected indicators of economic activity; expenditure on GDP; price and wages; labor market developments; balance of payments; financial survey; services and income; interest rates and yields; gross official international reserves; changes in volumes and unit values of exports and imports during 1995–2000; summary of central government budget and balance sheet during 1994/95–2001/02; central government tax revenue and expenditure during 1992/93–1999/00, and so on.