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Rwanda Economic Update, December 2013 : Seizing Opportunities for Growth

ACCOUNTING AGRICULTURE ANNUAL GROWTH ARREARS ASSETS BALANCE SHEETS BANK DEPOSITS BANK POLICY BANKING SECTOR BANKING SYSTEM BASIS POINTS BOND ISSUANCE BROAD MONEY BUDGET DEFICIT BUFFERS CAPACITY BUILDING CAPITAL ACCUMULATION CAPITAL ALLOCATIONS CAPITAL FORMATION CAPITAL GOODS CAPITAL GOODS IMPORTS CAPITAL GRANTS CENTRAL BANK COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL BANKS COMPETITIVENESS CONSOLIDATION CONSUMER GOODS CONSUMER PRICE INDEX CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURES COORDINATION FAILURE CORE INFLATION CREDIT EXPANSION CREDIT GROWTH DEBT DEBT SUSTAINABILITY DECENTRALIZATION DEMAND FOR MONEY DEPENDENCY RATIO DEPENDENCY RATIOS DEPOSIT DEPOSITORS DEPRECIATIONS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY DISBURSEMENT DISBURSEMENTS DISPOSABLE INCOME DOMESTIC BORROWING DOMESTIC CAPITAL DOMESTIC CREDIT DOMESTIC DEBT DOMESTIC DEMAND DOMESTIC ECONOMY DOMESTIC MARKETS DOMESTIC SAVINGS DOUBLE TAXATION DURABLE DURABLE GOODS ECONOMIC CRISES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC OUTLOOK ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN EUROBOND EXCESS LIQUIDITY EXCHANGE RATE EXCHANGE RATE POLICY EXCHANGE RATES EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES EXPORT EARNINGS EXPORT GROWTH EXPORT PERFORMANCE EXPORTERS EXPORTS EXTERNAL BORROWING EXTERNAL COMPETITIVENESS EXTERNAL DEMAND EXTERNAL TRADE FINANCIAL CRISIS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS FINANCIAL MARKET FINANCIAL SECTOR FISCAL BURDEN FISCAL DEFICIT FISCAL POLICY FLOW OF CREDIT FOOD PRICE FOOD PRICES FOREIGN ASSETS FOREIGN CURRENCY FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKET FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKETS FOREIGN FINANCING FOREIGN INVESTMENT FOREIGN INVESTORS FOREIGN LOANS FOREIGN RESERVES GDP GDP PER CAPITA GOVERNMENT BORROWING GOVERNMENT SECURITIES GROSS CAPITAL FORMATION GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROWTH PERFORMANCE GROWTH PROJECTIONS GROWTH RATE GROWTH RATES HOUSEHOLD WEALTH HUMAN CAPITAL IMPORT IMPORT DEMAND IMPORT GROWTH IMPORT PRICE IMPORT PRICES IMPORTS INCOME LEVELS INFLATION INFLATION RATE INFLATION RATES INFLATIONARY PRESSURES INFORMATION SYSTEM INSTRUMENT INTEREST PAYMENT INTEREST PAYMENTS INTEREST RATE INTEREST RATES INTERNATIONAL MARKETS INTERNATIONAL PRICE INTERNATIONAL PRICES INTERNATIONAL RESERVES INTERNATIONAL TRADE INVESTMENT DEMAND INVESTMENT INFLOWS ISSUANCE LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKET LIQUIDITY LIVING STANDARDS MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT MARKET EXCHANGE RATES MARKET INTEREST RATES MARKET PARTICIPANTS MATURITIES MATURITY MATURITY PERIOD MODEL CONTRACT MONETARY CONDITIONS MONETARY FUND MONETARY POLICIES MONETARY POLICY MONEY MULTIPLIER MORTGAGE MORTGAGE LOANS MORTGAGES MULTIPLIERS NATIONAL BANK NET EXPORTS NOMINAL DEPRECIATION NON PERFORMING LOANS OLD-AGE PENSIONS OPEN MARKET OPEN MARKET OPERATIONS PAYMENT SYSTEM POPULATION GROWTH POVERTY REDUCTION PRICE DISCOVERY PRICE STABILITY PRIVATE CREDIT PRIVATE CREDIT GROWTH PRIVATE LENDING PRIVATE SECTOR CREDIT PUBLIC DEBT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC SPENDING PURCHASING POWER PURCHASING POWER PARITY RAPID GROWTH RATE OF DEPRECIATION RE-EXPORTS REAL EFFECTIVE EXCHANGE RATE REAL EFFECTIVE EXCHANGE RATES REAL EXCHANGE RATE REAL GDP REAL INVESTMENT RECURRENT EXPENDITURE RELATIVE PRICE REPOS RESERVE RESERVE MONEY RESERVE REQUIREMENTS RESERVES SAVINGS RATE SECONDARY MARKET SHORTFALL SLOWDOWN STOCKS T-BILL T-BILL RATES T-BILLS TAX TAX COLLECTION TAX REVENUES TAXATION TOTAL EXPORTS TOTAL IMPORTS TRADABLE GOODS TRADE BALANCE TRADE DEFICIT TRADE SHOCKS TRADE STRATEGY TRADING TRADING PARTNER TRADING PARTNERS TRANSPORTATION COSTS TREASURY TREASURY BILLS TREASURY-BILL RATES UNDERDEVELOPED FINANCIAL MARKET UPWARD PRESSURE VALUE ADDED WAGES WEALTH WEALTH CREATION
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Washington, DC
Africa | Rwanda
2014-02-10T22:47:57Z | 2014-02-10T22:47:57Z | 2013-12

Rwanda's economic growth slowed in the first half of 2013. Weighed by a slowdown in domestic demand, the economy grew at a modest rate. Decelerating GDP growth mirrored the low growth of services and was the lowest half-year growth rate since 2010, when the domestic economy was hard hit by the combination of the global financial crisis and a domestic credit crunch. This edition of the Rwanda Economic Update examines three key issues: 1) the cause for the economic slowdown; 2) whether the economic slowdown is temporary, or the beginning of further deceleration, and the forecasted growth for 2014; and 3) policy options for the authorities.

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