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Author: International Monetary Fund Middle East and Central Asia Dept
Publisher: Washington : International Monetary Fund, 2013.
Series: IMF Staff Country Reports.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Sudan faces difficult challenges in the conduct of its monetary policy following SouthSudan's secession in 2011. Sudan's economic conditions deteriorated rapidly after this permanentshock. The fiscal deficit widened owing to the loss of oil revenues and delays in fiscal adjustment. Monetization of the fiscal deficit led to high inflation, which reached 47.8 percent in March 2013. Anunderstanding of the effects of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Asia Dept., International Monetary Fund. Middle East and Central.
Sudan: Selected Issues.
Washington : International Monetary Fund, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: International Monetary Fund Middle East and Central Asia Dept
ISBN: 9781484342299 1484342291
OCLC Number: 870245412
Description: 1 online resource (41 pages).
Contents: Cover; CONTENTS; MONETARY TRANSMISSION MECHANISM IN SUDAN; A. Introduction; B. Monetary Policy Framework; FIGURES; 1. Central Rate, Commercial Banks Rate, and Parallel Rate, 2009-13; 2. Required and Excess Reserves and Inflation, 2011-13; C. Channels of Monetary Transmission; 3. Net Credit to Central Government, 2011-13; 4. Selected MENA Importers: Seigniorage and Inflation, 2012; D. The Model; TABLES; 1. Effectiveness of Monetary Transmission; E. Policy Recommendations; 2. Estimation Results of Previous Study; REFERENCES; GOLD TAXATION IN SUDAN; A. Background; TABLES. 1. Central Government Operations, 2006-162. Selected African Countries: Revenue Structure; 3. Structure of Exports, 2008-16; B. General Principles of Natural Resource Taxation; C. Assessment of Sudan's Tax Regime and Recommendation for Reform; 4. Comparison of Sudan's Gold Mining Fiscal Regime with Other Countries; REFERENCES; ASSESSING SUDAN'S EXTERNAL STABILITY; A. Background; FIGURES; 1. Key Macroeconomic Developments (1997-2018); B. External Competitiveness; 2. Cross-Country Comparison; 3. Export Value and Composition; 4. Trade Volumes and Terms of Trade; C. Price Competitiveness; TABLES. 1. Post- and Pre-Secession: Main Trading Partners5. SDG Bilateral Exchange Rates Against Major Trading Partners' Currencies; 6. SDG/USD Exchange rates; 7. BOP Dynamics; 2. Selected Balance of Payments Items; 8. Real Exchange Rate Developments (2000M1-2013M3); 9. Exchange Rate and Per Capita GDP; 10. Domestic Prices and Exchange Rates; 11. Internal Terms of Trade Index; 12. Annual Stock of Reserve Assets; 13. Monthly Stock of Reserve Assets; 3. Doing Business Indicators, 2013; 4. CPIA Ratings; 5. Corruption Perceptions Index; 14. Decomposing Sudan's CPIA; 15. Worldwide Governance Indicators. D. Reserve Adequacy Assessment16. Common Rules of Thumb for Assessing Reserve Levels; 17. Optimal Level of Reserves; 6. Baseline Analysis Inputs; E. Conclusion; REFERENCES.
Series Title: IMF Staff Country Reports.

Abstract:

Sudan faces difficult challenges in the conduct of its monetary policy following SouthSudan's secession in 2011. Sudan's economic conditions deteriorated rapidly after this permanentshock. The fiscal deficit widened owing to the loss of oil revenues and delays in fiscal adjustment. Monetization of the fiscal deficit led to high inflation, which reached 47.8 percent in March 2013. Anunderstanding of the effects of monetary policy on macroeconomic variables (such as output, employment and prices) and the channels through which these effects are transmitted is critical foreffective policy formulati.

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