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IMF Staff Country Reports
2006
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

U.S. shocks explain a large part of French output common components. This paper analyzes the economic implications of two alternative welfare financing reforms: a reduction in payroll taxes funded by an increase in consumption taxes, and the other funded by a new levy on business value added. The importance of financial market constraints and whether the recent mor...

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Publications & Research :: Working Paper
Washington, DC
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IMF Staff Country Reports
2008
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

The statistical data on indicators of tourism activity, gross domestic product (GDP) and components, real GDP, contributions to real GDP growth, changes in consumer price index and legal minimum wages in Aruba are detailed. Summary of trends in public finance, tax revenue, operational budget of the social insurance bank, government debt, balance of payments summary...

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IMF Staff Country Reports
2008
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

The statistical data on indicators of tourism activity, gross domestic product (GDP) and components, real GDP, contributions to real GDP growth, changes in consumer price index and legal minimum wages in Aruba are detailed. Summary of trends in public finance, tax revenue, operational budget of the social insurance bank, government debt, balance of payments summary...

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Publications & Research :: Policy Research Working Paper
World Bank, Washington, DC
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IMF Working Papers
2006
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This paper uses the standard one-sector neoclassical growth model to investigate why China's consumption has been low and investment high. It finds that the low cost of capital has been quantitatively an important factor. Theory predicts that the price of capital may have been significantly distorted in the 1990s and 2000s. The distortion could have been caused by ...

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IMF Working Papers
2006
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This paper uses the standard one-sector neoclassical growth model to investigate why China's consumption has been low and investment high. It finds that the low cost of capital has been quantitatively an important factor. Theory predicts that the price of capital may have been significantly distorted in the 1990s and 2000s. The distortion could have been caused by ...

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IMF Working Papers
2006
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This paper uses the standard one-sector neoclassical growth model to investigate why China's consumption has been low and investment high. It finds that the low cost of capital has been quantitatively an important factor. Theory predicts that the price of capital may have been significantly distorted in the 1990s and 2000s. The distortion could have been caused by ...

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