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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
January 2000
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00/1: IMF Approves Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility Loan for Chad, January 7

00/2: IMF Approves Emergency Post-Conflict Assistance for Guinea-Bissau, January 7

Press Briefing

Transcript of a Press Briefing by Stanley Fischer, First Deputy Managing Director, and Thomas C. Dawson, Director, External Relations Department, January 6

News Briefs

00/1: IMF Mission to Review Ecuadors Dollarization Plan, January 10

00/2: IMF Executive Directors Review Experience with External Evaluation, January 14

00/3: IMFs Camdessus Welcomes Steps by Palestinian Authorities, January 18

00/4: IMF Completes Albania Review and Approves $13 Million Credit Tranche, January 19

Letters of Intent and Memorandums of Economic and Financial Policies

Chad, November 12,1999 (posted January 7)

Guinea-Bissau, November 24,1999 (posted January 7)

HIPC Initiative

Update on Costing the Enhanced HIPC Initiative, January 12

Guinea, Preliminary Document, January 12

Nicaragua, Preliminary Document, January 12

Tanzania, Preliminary Document, January 13

Concluding Remarks for Article IV Consultations

Poland, December 14 (Preliminary)

Notes

Letters of Intent and Memorandums of Economic and Financial Policies are prepared by a member country and describe the policies that the country intends to implement in the context of its request for financial support from the IMF.

Concluding Remarks for Article IV Consultations. At the conclusion of annual Article IV discussions with the authorities, and prior to the preparation of the staff’s report to the Executive Board, the IMF mission often provides the authorities with a statement of its preliminary findings.

Preliminary Documents on the HIPC Initiative present a preliminary assessment of a country’s eligibility for assistance under the HIPC Initiative. Documents summarize the debt sustainability analysis agreed by the staffs of the IMF and the World Bank with country authorities and are available after they have been discussed by the Boards of the institutions—with the approval of the respective country.

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