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In a statement issued on March 8, IMF Managing Director Michel Camdessus announced his intention to recommend to the IMF Executive Board that it approve the revised economic program for 1999-2001 proposed by the Brazilian government. The text of News Brief 99/10 follows.

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In a statement issued on March 8, IMF Managing Director Michel Camdessus announced his intention to recommend to the IMF Executive Board that it approve the revised economic program for 1999-2001 proposed by the Brazilian government. The text of News Brief 99/10 follows.

Occasional Papers ($18.00; academic rate: $15.00)

171: Monetary Policy in Dollarized Economies, an IMF staff team led by Tomás Baliño, Adam Bennett, and Eduardo Borensztein

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Working Papers ($7.00)

99/16: Interest Rate Arbitrage in Currency Baskets: Forecasting Weights and Measuring Risk, Peter Christoffersen and Lorenzo Giorgianni

99/17: Large Capital Flows: A Survey of the Causes, Consequences, and Policy Responses, Alejandro Lopez-Mejia

99/18: Are There International R&D Spillovers Among Randomly Matched Trade Partners? A Response to Keller, David T. Coe and Alexander W. Hoffmaister

99/19: Taxation in Latin America: Structural Trends and Impact of Administration, Parthasarathi Shome

99/20: Credit Allocation and Financial Crisis in Korea, Eduardo Borensztein and Jong-Wha Lee

99/21: Does Higher Government Spending Buy Better Results in Education and Health Care? Sanjeev Gupta, Marijn Verhoeven, and Erwin Tiongson

99/22: The Stock Market Channel of Monetary Policy, Ralph Chami, Thomas F. Cosimano, and Connel Fullenkamp

IMF Staff Country Reports ($15.00)

99/4: Mongolia—Selected Issues

99/5: Senegal—Statistical Appendix

99/6: Colombia—Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix

99/7: Panama—Recent Economic Developments

99/8: Burundi—Statistical Annex

99/9: Namibia—Statistical Appendix

99/10: Paraguay—Recent Economic Developments

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IMF Survey: Volume 28, Issue 06
Author: International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.