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Republic of Nauru

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Republic of Nauru by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptThis is the first Article IV Consultation since Nauru became the 189th Fund member in April 2016. Nauru's growth and government revenue have improved substantially in recent years owing to the Australian Regional Processing Center (RPC) to process asylum seekers, fishing license fees, and residual phosphate mining. However, Nauru faces daunting challenges in sustaining growth and ensuring fiscal sustainability due to its limited sources of growth and income. The country is also vulnerable to climate change, its antiquated infrastructure hampers trade and growth, and its health indicators are...
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Nepal

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Nepal by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptNepal's economy is rebounding following a slowdown caused by the 2015 earthquakes and trade disruptions at the southern border. The upswing has been supported by the new government's efforts to revitalize the reform agenda. The key challenge is to put policies in place that will extend the cyclical recovery into a sustained period of high and inclusive growth.
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Indonesia

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Indonesia by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptThis Selected Issues paper analyzes the capital inflows to Indonesia since the global financial crisis. Capital inflows to Indonesia have increased since the crisis. Their average volume increased from 3.25 percent of GDP in 2005-09 to 4.50 percent of GDP in the first quarter of 2010 to the third quarter of 2016. From the global perspective, driven by the liquidity released from the systemic economies' unconventional monetary policies, a global search for yields has led to large capital inflows to emerging and developing economies (EMDEs), especially portfolio inflows. Although many EMDEs experienced...
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Lao People's Democratic Republic

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Lao People's Democratic Republic by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptThis 2016 Article IV Consultation highlights that the real GDP growth of Lao People's Democratic Republic is expected to moderate from 7.5 percent in 2015 to 7 percent in 2016. Domestic activity has slowed following a less favorable external environment, and credit growth has also moderated from a high level. As growth continues to moderate in the near-term, inflation is projected to remain in low single digits. The current account deficit is projected to widen to about 19 percent of GDP in 2017 owing to the execution of large infrastructure projects with foreign direct investment.
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India

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India by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptThe Indian economy has recorded strong growth in recent years, helped by a large terms of trade gain, positive policy actions including implementation of key structural reforms, a return to normal monsoon rainfall, and reduced external vulnerabilities. Inflation has remained low after the collapse in global commodity prices, a range of supply-side measures, and a relatively tight monetary stance. Key macroeconomic challenges include persistently-high household inflation expectations and large fiscal deficits, which limit policy space for supporting growth through demand measures. Supply bottlenecks...
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India

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India by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptIndia: Selected Issues
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Australia

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Australia by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptAustralia has enjoyed a robust economic performance despite the commodity price and mining investment bust. The moderate impact of the large shocks since 2011 reflects prompt monetary easing, a flexible exchange rate acting as a shock absorber, export orientation to the dynamic Asia region, flexible labor markets, relatively high population growth, and strong institutions. Nevertheless, Australia has also been confronted with symptoms of the "new mediocre" since the Global Financial Crisis, including a downshift in average GDP growth. And with declining interest rates, already high house prices...
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People's Republic of China-Macao Special Administrative Region

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People's Republic of China-Macao Special Administrative Region by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptThis 2016 Article IV Consultation highlights that the real output for Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) is expected to contract for a third consecutive year in 2016. However, external demand has begun to recover with gaming revenues posting six consecutive months of positive annual growth. In 2017, a low base will help increase growth above 2 percent despite continued weak domestic demand. Further out, Macao SAR is well-positioned to record sustainable growth in the mid-single digits. In addition to its still highly valuable gaming monopoly within China, Macao SAR is an established tourist...
2017 / 3 / 15
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Indonesia

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Indonesia by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptThis 2016 Article IV Consultation highlights that Indonesia has maintained macroeconomic stability, while adjusting well to recent shifts in the external environment. A prudent mix of macroeconomic policies and the launch of structural reforms have helped the economy weather slow global growth, the commodity down cycle, and several episodes of financial turbulence affecting emerging market economies. Growth in 2016 is projected at 5 percent on account of robust private consumption. In 2017, growth is expected to rise modestly to 5.1 percent, led by a gradual pickup in private investment in response...
2017 / 3 / 13
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Australia

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Australia by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptThis Selected Issues paper examines the adjustment of Australian labor markets to the recent adverse shocks. Australia's labor markets were not severely impacted by the global financial crisis and are adjusting smoothly to the sizeable commodity prices bust and mining investment downturn. However, some labor market indicators suggest persistent weaknesses. There does not appear to be a significant increase in structural employment in the wake of the commodity prices bust and mining investment decline. Increased flexibility in average hours per worker has likely moderated employment reduction...
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Myanmar

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Myanmar by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptMyanmar's historic general elections in late 2015 resulted in a wave of optimism. Foreign investor interest is strong and development partners are scaling up their engagement. The new government was formed in April and is articulating its economic plans as an integral part of political and economic transition.
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Myanmar

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Myanmar by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptMyanmar: Selected Issues
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People's Republic of China-Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

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People's Republic of China-Hong Kong Special Administrative Region by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptPeople's republic of China-Hong Kong Special Administrative Region: Selected Issues
2017 / 3 / 7
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People's Republic of China-Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

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People's Republic of China-Hong Kong Special Administrative Region by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptThe vibrant Hong Kong SAR economy has been supported by low interest rates and mainland China's economic development over the past decade. But the external outlook is now more challenging. Long-term issues such as aging and a housing supply shortage also loom. Strong policy frameworks and ample buffers are in place to weather a less favorable environment. Prudent fiscal policy and intensive supervision of the financial system have built buffers that can be drawn on when needed.
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Papua New Guinea

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Papua New Guinea by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptPapua New Guinea (PNG) is a resource-rich economy, but low commodity prices and a major drought have weighed on economic growth and created fiscal challenges. Inflation has increased somewhat, partly reflecting the gradual exchange rate depreciation. Foreign exchange (FX) is in short supply, although inflows have recently picked up somewhat and the gross foreign reserve position is expected to remain broadly stable. Non-resource sector growth remains modest, underscoring the need for structural reform. In the lead-up to mid-2017 elections, the political situation has been more fluid than usual....
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Cambodia

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Cambodia by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptCambodia is a fast-growing, highly open economy, and attained lower-middle income status this year. Over the last two decades, Cambodia grew rapidly (average real GDP growth of around 8 percent) and its integration with the global economy increased sharply, accompanied by an impressive decline in poverty. Going forward, Cambodia's strategic location, China's changing trade patterns, and ongoing regional integration provide further opportunities.1 Important steps have been taken by the government that will help Cambodia capitalize on these opportunities, including energy-related investments to...
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Vanuatu

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Vanuatu by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptEighteen months after Cyclone Pam struck Vanuatu, the economy continues to recover from the cyclone's extensive damages. Reconstruction efforts are beginning to yield positive results, allowing increasing use of Port Vila's international airport, the reopening of damaged hotels, and the return of tourists to the islands. These encouraging developments augur well for a full recovery in the near future.
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Philippines

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Philippines by International Monetary Fund. Asia DeptThis 2016 Article IV Consultation highlights that the Philippine economy has continued to perform strongly. Real GDP regained strength from a slowdown in mid-2015 to record a robust 5.9 percent growth rate in 2015 and 6.9 percent in the first half of 2016. Both consumption and investment grew rapidly, while net exports were held back by weak external demand. Job creation was also strong: the unemployment rate declined to 6.3 percent in 2015 and 6.0 percent in the first half of 2016. The outlook for the Philippine economy remains favorable despite external headwinds. Real GDP growth is expected...
2016 / 11 / 15
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Brunei Darussalam

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Brunei Darussalam by International Monetary Fund. Asia Dept
2016 / 11 / 4
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Tuvalu

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