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Republic of Equatorial Guinea : 2007 Article IV Consultation: Staff Report; Public Information Notice on the Executive Board Discussion; and Statements by the Executive Director and Authorities of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

Release Date: May, 2008

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Equatorial Guinea has recorded one of Africa’s fastest growth rates, as its petroleum industry has expanded and strengthened the country’s economic and fiscal sustainability. Executive more...



Republic of Equatorial Guinea : Statistical Appendix

Release Date: May, 2008

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This report discusses the IMF estimates and projections of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea's central government financial operations, 2001–06; the tax system as of march 2007; public more...



Republic of Equatorial Guinea : Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix

Release Date: June, 2006

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This note analyzes the medium- and long-term prospects of the hydrocarbon sector as a source of growth. Substantial hydrocarbon and financial reserves implies a sizable upward shift in the more...



Central African Economic and Monetary Community : Recent Developments and Regional Policy Issues

Release Date: December, 2003

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Macroeconomic developments in the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) region have been satisfactory, but risks to macroeconomic stability persist. The process of convergence more...



Equatorial Guinea : Staff Report for the 2003 Article IV Consultation

Release Date: December, 2003

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The discussions for the 2003 Article IV Consultation with Equatorial Guinea were conducted in Malabo and Bata. Executive Directors expressed concern about the continued weakness in economic policy more...



Equatorial Guinea : Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix

Release Date: December, 2003

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This study discusses a number of policy options that could help transform Equatorial Guinea’s oil wealth into sustainable improvements in living conditions. The development of Equatorial more...