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Author Melhado, Oscar.
Title Haiti : selected issues / [prepared by ... Oscar Melhado, Adedeji Olumuyiwa, and Mercedes Vera Martin].
Imprint Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2002.

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Author Melhado, Oscar.
Series IMF country report ; no. 02/18
IMF country report ; no. 02/18.
Subject Haiti -- Economic conditions -- 1971-
Credit -- Haiti.
Supply and demand.
Petroleum -- Taxation -- Haiti.
Foreign exchange rates -- Haiti.
Balance of payments -- Haiti.
Haiti -- Economic conditions -- 1971- -- Statistics.
Alt Name Olumuyiwa, Adedeji.
Vera-Martin, Mercedes.
International Monetary Fund.
Add Title Haiti, selected issues
Description 1 online resource (72, 5 pages) : illustrations.
Note Print version record.
Summary This Selected Issues paper on Haiti examines the observed reduction in outstanding real bank credit to the private sector. It examines the evolution of credit and real GDP growth and uses demand and supply indicators to characterize the reduction in credit allocation to the private sector. The paper also provides an overview of the taxation system for the major petroleum products under the present fixed pricing policy and a hypothetical implementation of the 1995 law introducing a flexible pricing mechanism.
ISBN 1280899115
9781280899119
OCLC # 648020345
Additional Format Print version: Melhado, Oscar. Haiti, selected issues. Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2002 (OCoLC)49701833



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