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International Monetary Fund
Liberia made slow progress on the implementation of the Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS). The impact of the global economic crisis affected implementation and slowed the pace of growth. With the development of the Public Financial Management (PFM) framework, a PRS deliverable, the credibility of the country’s financial systems is being restored. Increased vigilance in tax collection efforts, expansion of the tax base, and the elimination of discretionary exceptions led to a rise in revenue by 13.5 percent from US$207 million in fiscal year (FY) 2007/08 to US$235 million in FY2008/09.
International Monetary Fund
Poverty has been a major challenge for Liberia. All developmental, governance, and social indicators have shown improvement as a result of a more robust implementation strategy led by the government with the support of development partners, civil society, and the private sector. The general economic condition has improved. However, enormous challenges remain for crafting of the next development strategy to fill any potential gap in development planning, the mobilizing and strategically placing of the private sector at the heart of economic growth and job creation.
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Aumento de los costos de energía, alivio de la deuda de Liberia, cambio climático, perspectivas de la economía mundial, perspectivas de la economía europea, perspectivas económicas para América Latina, Oriente Medio, perspectivas de la economía de Asia medioriental, asistencia técnica, conferencia de estudios de investigación, conferencia Mundell-Flemming, política fiscal en Alemania, Notas breves
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Hausse du coût de l'énergie ; allégement de la dette au Libéria ; changement climatique ; Perspectives de l'économie mondiale ; perspectives économiques pour l'Europe ; perspectives économiques pour l'Amérique latine ; perspectives économiques pour le Moyen-Orient et l'Asie centrale ; assistance technique ; conférence du département des études ; conférence Mundell-Flemming ; politique budgétaire allemande ; point sur l'actualité.
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Rising Energy Costs, Liberia to get debt relief, Climate Change, World Economic Outlook, European Economic Outlook, Latin American Economic Outlook, Mideast-Central Asia Economic Outlook, Technical Assistance, Research Conference, Mundell-Flemming Lecture, German fiscal policy, News Briefs.
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

This paper highlights that on September 29, 1982, the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank) began to offer discount notes under a short-term borrowing program approved by its Board last July. The Bank anticipates that in fiscal year 1983, it will have outstanding up to US$1.5 billion in short-term discount notes and that it will borrow about US$8 billion in the fixed-rate medium to long-term markets. The initial offering of notes is being made in the U.S. domestic markets.