Special Report on
The Determinants of Debt Rescheduling
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This Occasional Paper is a compilation of papers that are linked by a common theme—stabilization, structural reform, and economic growth in the Dominican Republic. The papers summarize the authorities' stabilization efforts, how these efforts were subsequently reinforced by certain key structural reforms, and other related developments that help explain the remarkable performance of the Dominican Republic's economy in the 1990s during which the country achieved one of the highest output growth rates in Latin America, combined with low inflation, and a much improved external debt profile. The performance ...
The world economy and financial markets have moved into a different environment in which improving general economy indicators contrast with significant turbulence in financial markets. The explanation for the decoupling between the growing general economy and higher financial risk is related to events in China, the sovereign risk affecting the euro zone, the US fiscal imbalance and shock waves of regulation in the US and worldwide. The sections below consider (I) financial market turbulence, (II) China and commodities, (III) European sovereign debt and the euro, (IV) United States fiscal ... Read More
SURVEY RESULTS FOR
THE DETERMINANTS OF DEBT RESCHEDULING
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