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Union of the Comoros : Debt Management Performance Assessment

ACCESS TO CREDIT ACCOUNTANT ACCOUNTING ALLOCATION OF FUNDS ARREARS ARREARS ACCUMULATION AUDIT COMMISSION BANK ACCOUNTS BENEFICIARY BID BORROWING CAPACITY BORROWING PLAN BORROWING PLANS BORROWING STRATEGY BUDGET DEFICIT BUDGET LAW CAPACITY BUILDING CAPACITY-BUILDING CASH BALANCE CASH BALANCES CASH FLOW CASH FLOWS CENTRAL BANK CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CENTRAL GOVERNMENT DEBT CHECKS CONSUMER PRICE INDEX CONTINGENT LIABILITIES CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS CREDIT FACILITY CREDIT RISK CREDIT RISKS CREDITORS CS CURRENCY CURRENCY COMPOSITION CURRENT ACCOUNT CURRENT ACCOUNT DEFICIT CURRENT ACCOUNTS DEBT DATA DEBT DATABASE DEBT LEVELS DEBT MANAGEMENT POLICY DEBT PAYMENTS DEBT POLICY DEBT RELIEF DEBT RESTRUCTURING DEBT SERVICE DEBT SERVICE PAYMENT DEBT SERVICE PAYMENTS DEBT SERVICING DEBT STOCK DEBT SUSTAINABILITY DEBT TRANSACTIONS DEBTS DEFICITS DEPOSIT DEPOSITS DERIVATIVES DEVELOPMENT BANK DISBURSEMENT DISBURSEMENTS DOMESTIC ARREARS DOMESTIC BORROWING DOMESTIC CURRENCY DOMESTIC DEBT DOMESTIC FINANCIAL MARKET DOMESTIC MARKET EARNINGS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EMPLOYEE EQUAL AMOUNTS EXCESS LIQUIDITY EXCHANGE RATE EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES EXTERNAL BORROWING EXTERNAL BORROWINGS EXTERNAL DEBT EXTERNAL FINANCING EXTERNAL SHOCKS FINANCE MINISTRY FINANCES FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL OBLIGATION FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS FINANCIAL POLICIES FINANCIAL REFORM FINANCIAL REFORMS FINANCIAL RISK FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FINANCIAL SYSTEM FINANCING NEEDS FISCAL POLICIES FISCAL POLICY FIXED EXCHANGE RATE FLOATING RATE FLOW OF FUNDS FOREIGN CURRENCIES FOREIGN CURRENCY FOREIGN CURRENCY DEBT FOREIGN DEBT FOREIGN MARKETS FORM OF CREDIT FUTURE LOAN GOVERNMENT BANK GOVERNMENT BORROWINGS GOVERNMENT BUDGET GOVERNMENT GUARANTEE GOVERNMENT REVENUE GOVERNMENT SECURITIES GRACE PERIOD GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GUARANTEE FEE GUARANTOR HIGH INTEREST RATES HOUSEHOLD INCOME HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCE INFLATION INFLATIONARY PRESSURES INFORMATION SHARING INSTALLMENTS INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITIES INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT INSTRUMENT INTEREST PAYMENTS INTEREST RATE INTEREST RATES INTERNAL AUDIT INTERNATIONAL DEBT INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ISSUANCE ISSUANCE OF GOVERNMENT SECURITIES ISSUANCE OF GUARANTEES LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL PROVISIONS LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK LENDER LIQUIDITY LOAN LOAN AGREEMENT LOAN AGREEMENTS LOAN AMOUNT LOAN AMOUNTS LOAN CONTRACT LOAN GUARANTEE LOAN GUARANTEES LOCAL BANKS LOCAL CURRENCY MACROECONOMIC POLICIES MACROECONOMIC POLICY MACROECONOMIC VARIABLES MARKET BORROWING MATURITY MATURITY DATE MATURITY DATES MATURITY PERIOD MAXIMUM MATURITY MICRO FINANCE MINISTRY OF ECONOMY MINISTRY OF FINANCE MONETARY FUND MONETARY POLICIES MONETARY POLICY NATIONAL BORROWING NATIONAL BUDGET NATIONAL DEBT OIL PRICES OUTSTANDING LOAN OUTSTANDING LOAN AMOUNTS OUTSTANDING LOANS PAYMENT OF WAGES PAYMENT ORDER PENSION PENSION SYSTEM PENSIONS PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT PERFORMANCE INDICATOR PLEDGES PORTFOLIO POSTAL BANK POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE INVESTORS PUBLIC BORROWING PUBLIC DEBT PUBLIC DEBT MANAGEMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC FINANCES PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC SECTOR DEBT RECEIPT REGISTRY SYSTEM REMITTANCES RENEGOTIATION REPAYMENT REPAYMENT PERIOD REPAYMENT SCHEDULES REPAYMENTS RESERVES RISK ASSESSMENTS RISK MANAGEMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SUSTAINABILITY ANALYSIS T-BILLS T-BONDS TAX TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOTAL DEBT TRANSACTION TRANSPARENCY TREASURIES TREASURY TREATIES UNION USE OF DERIVATIVES
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Washington, Dc
Africa | Comoros
2014-01-30T15:22:04Z | 2014-01-30T15:22:04Z | 2011-06

This study shows that performance in terms of debt management has been weakened by recurrent political and institutional crises experienced by the country in recent years and has had a negative impact on the State's ability to both mobilize external financing and to honor its financial commitments. The accumulation of external arrears has increased by extension of the depletion sources of funding. However, the government recently initiated numerous actions contributing to a more serene climate at home with the establishment of democratic governance, developing a program of poverty reduction and regularization of arrears. This more favorable environment will soon pave the way for more substantial outside funding, especially following the accession of the Comoros to the enhanced Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC), and therefore requires the full attention of the authorities to implement better management of public debt. This evaluation is part of this perspective. Overall, performance in terms of debt management in the Comoros is satisfactory in all three of the following areas: (i) coordination with fiscal policy, including the integration of forecasts and actual payment of debt service in the preparation and monitoring of budget, (ii) coordination with monetary policy focused on the management of statutory advances granted by the Central Bank of Comoros (BCC), and (iii) procedures for payment of service external debt.

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