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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

Public Information Notices (PINs) are IMF Executive Board assessments of members’ economic prospects and policies issued following Article IV consultations—with the consent of the member—with background on the members’ economies and following policy discussions in the Executive Board at the decision of the Board. Recently issued PINs include

International Monetary Fund. European Dept.

This 2013 Article IV Consultation highlights that economic output in Aruba remains 12 percent below its pre-crisis level, with recovery slower than others in the Caribbean region. The non-oil current account (CA) balance, which mostly reflects developments in the tourism sector, has improved since mid-2000 reaching a balanced position in 2012. The overall CA balance, however, after being in surplus for years, showed volatilities in recent years reflecting oil-sector developments. In 2012, it recorded a surplus of 5 percent of GDP. In 2013, real output is projected to grow by 1¼ percent. Robust tourism growth and some pickup in consumption from projected deflation will support the subdued near-term recovery.

International Monetary Fund. European Dept.

This 2013 Article IV Consultation highlights that economic output in Aruba remains 12 percent below its pre-crisis level, with recovery slower than others in the Caribbean region. The non-oil current account (CA) balance, which mostly reflects developments in the tourism sector, has improved since mid-2000 reaching a balanced position in 2012. The overall CA balance, however, after being in surplus for years, showed volatilities in recent years reflecting oil-sector developments. In 2012, it recorded a surplus of 5 percent of GDP. In 2013, real output is projected to grow by 1¼ percent. Robust tourism growth and some pickup in consumption from projected deflation will support the subdued near-term recovery.

International Monetary Fund

The statistical data on indicators of tourism activity, gross domestic product (GDP) and components, real GDP, contributions to real GDP growth, changes in consumer price index and legal minimum wages in Aruba are detailed. Summary of trends in public finance, tax revenue, operational budget of the social insurance bank, government debt, balance of payments summary, non-oil balance of payments summary, monetary survey, monetary developments, and contributions to broad money growth have also been included in the given statistical data.