Republic of Estonia

Republic of Estonia

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Estonia continues to be a strong performer among transition economies. Executive Directors commended the development, and stressed the need to maintain macroeconomic and fiscal policies, and accelerate structural reforms. They appreciated the progress made in implementing the recommendations of the Financial Sector Assessment Program and the Report on Standards and Codes module on fiscal transparency. They commended open trade and payments system, labor market policies, pension reforms, the social safety net, and emphasized the authorities to take appropriate stance on European Union accession issues.4.0 4.0 5.0 12-mnnfl: CPI [end ufpcriod change 1.1a#39;|pI:Icr:I1t1 12.5 4.2 3.3 4.5 5.11 3.3 GDP ciefialnr (yaar-on-yeala#39; change in pemznl.) ... -8, 639 -9, 300 Service balms: L029 1, 0116 1.051 1.270 1, 235 1, 310 Rcfleipis 1, 296 2, 501 2, 74-4 3, 331. ... 170 Moncy and credit {year-on-year grm-uh in percem) Dumtstic ma#39;cc1a#39;|1to IIa‚n I1gUla#39;E1a#39;lIITlBl1lI 79.0 1 if-a#39; a#39; 6.3 30.3 Bascmoncy 37.7 6.4 27.1 14.6 _ Bffllld money ... 51/ Based on a wider definition of gross axtmial deb! than previously repaired.


Title:Republic of Estonia
Author:International Monetary Fund
Publisher:International Monetary Fund - 2001-07-09
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