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Title Jamaica, selected issues and statistical appendix.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2000.

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Series IMF staff country report ; no. 00/19
IMF staff country report ; no. 00/19.
Subject Foreign exchange -- Jamaica.
Banks and banking -- State supervision -- Jamaica.
Finance -- Jamaica.
Competition -- Jamaica.
Public welfare -- Jamaica.
Jamaica -- Economic conditions -- Statistics.
Alt Name Itam, Samuel.
International Monetary Fund.
Description 1 online resource (93 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (page 29).
Contents The market for foreign exchange -- The financial system in the aftermath of the crisis -- Assessment of competitiveness -- Social safety nets.
Note Print version record.
Summary The paper suggests steps to improve the efficiency of the foreign exchange market in Jamaica, and to promote its development. The financial system in Jamaica has undergone significant improvements. The most pressing problem continues to be inadequate liquidity. The results of various approaches and indicators employed to assess the competitiveness of the economy is presented. The paper discusses the social protection programs and assesses the scope to strengthen them. The statistical data on the economic indices of Jamaica are also presented in the paper.
OCLC # 662803955
Additional Format Print version: Jamaica, selected issues and statistical appendix. Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2000 (OCoLC)44011485



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