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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Republic of Serbia.
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2008
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Eric Mottu; International Monetary Fund,
|ISBN:||1283551934 9781283551939 9781452750965 1452750963|
|Notes:||"Prepared by Eric Mottu, Tokhir Mirzoev, Jean-François Dauphin, Mangal Goswami, Harald Hirschhofer, Ivan Bjelicic and Dusan Demek."
"Prepared by a staff team of the International Monetary Fund as background documentation for the periodic consultation with this member country."
|Description:||1 online resource (74 pages) : color illustrations.|
|Contents:||Cover; Contents; Overview; I. Overview of Vulnerabilities; Figures; I. 1. Economy-Wide Vulnerability Indicators; A. Public Sector Vulnerabilities; Tables; I. 1. Public Sector Vulnerability Indicators; 2. External Public Debt, Aug. 2007; B. External Sector Vulnerabilities; 2. External Debt and Current Account; 3. Exports in Selected Emerging Market Economies; 3. Reserve Coverage in Selected SEE Economies, 2006; 4. Current Account and Exports in Selected European Emerging Economies, 2006; 5. Forex Reserves and NBS Securities; C. Financial Sector Vulnerabilities. 6. Deposit Banks: Structure of Assets4. Household Credit; 7. Household Credit and Euroization in European Emerging Economies, 2006; 8. Household Credit and Euroization, Serbia, 2003-07; 5. External Private Debt, 2005-07; D. Concluding Remarks; II. Financial Conditions in the Corporate Sector; A. Overview of the Main Balance Sheet Indicators; II. 1. Corporate Assets by Ownership; B. Vulnerabilities Stemming from the Recent Credit Growth; II. 1. Corporate Sector Leverage and Debt Maturity Indicators; 2. Non-bank Corporate Debt by Lender. 2. Average Terms on External Corporate Borrowing, August 20073. Maturity Structure of External Non-bank Corporate Debt; 4. Repayment Schedule of the External Non-bank Corporate Debt; 5. Arrears in Percent of External Non-bank Corporate Debt; 6. Cross-border Foreign Bank Credit to Firms in Emerging Europe, 2007-Q2; C. Concluding Remarks; 3. Aggregate Corporate Sector Balance Sheet: Stress Tests; 4. Aggregate Corporate Sector Balance Sheet; III. Household Credit; A. Introduction; B. Background; C. Key Issues; III. 1. Selected Household Credit, 2006 (Percent of GDP). 2. Selected Household Credit, 2006 (Percent of Total Private Sector Credit)3. Serbia: Household Credits, 2002-07; 4. Serbia: Components of Household Credit, September 2007; 5. Household Credit and Per Capita GDP in Emerging Europe, 2006; 6. Serbia: Net Credit to Private Sector and Imports, 2007; 7. Credit Euroization, 2006; D. Policy Developments and Lessons from Other Countries; Box; III. 1. Serbia: Recent Prudential Measures to Manage Risk of Rapid Credit Growth; E. Elements of a Way Forward; IV. CGER-Type Assessments of the Real Effective Exchange Rate; V. Twin Deficits in Serbia. A. Brief Overview of the LiteratureB. The Empirical Evidence; C. Current Account and Savings-Investment Balances in Serbia; V. 1. Serbia: Current Account, Fiscal, and Non-Government Balances, 2000-06; D. Single-Equation Estimates for Serbia; V. 1. Serbia: Current Account, Fiscal, and Non-Government Balances, 2000-06; 2. Serbia: Changes in Fiscal and External Current Account Balances, 2000-06; 2. Serbia: Fiscal Policy and the Current Account, 2000-07; E. Panel Data Estimates for European Countries; 3. Eastern and Southeastern Europe: Fiscal Policy and Current Account, 2000-07; F. Conclusions.|
|Series Title:||IMF country report, no. 08/55.|
|Responsibility:||prepared by Eric Mottu [and others].|
In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.
- Corporations -- Serbia -- Finance.
- Credit -- Serbia.
- Foreign exchange rates -- Serbia.
- Fiscal policy -- Serbia.
- Balance of payments -- Serbia.
- Privatization -- Serbia.
- Serbia -- Economic policy.
- Serbia -- Economic conditions.
- Balance of payments.
- Corporations -- Finance.
- Economic history.
- Economic policy.
- Fiscal policy.
- Foreign exchange rates.