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Sudan : World Bank Review of 2008 Budget Performance and 2009 Budget Preliminary Analysis

ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING ADMINISTRATIVE FEES AGGREGATE EXPENDITURES AGGREGATE FISCAL AGGREGATE REVENUE AMOUNT OF CREDIT BASIC SERVICES BENEFICIARY BOND BOND SALES BUDGET ALLOCATIONS BUDGET CLASSIFICATION BUDGET CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM BUDGET CREDIBILITY BUDGET DATA BUDGET EXECUTION BUDGET PERFORMANCE BUDGET PLANNING BUDGET PROCESS BUDGET PROJECTIONS BUDGET SYSTEM BUDGET TARGETS BUDGETING CAPITAL EXPENDITURE CAPITAL FLOWS CAPITAL SPENDING CAPITAL TRANSFERS CASH BASIS CASH MANAGEMENT CENTRAL BANK CENTRAL SPENDING CENTRAL TRANSFERS CITIES COMMERCIAL BANKS COMMODITY PRICES CONSUMER GOODS CREDIBILITY CURRENT EXPENDITURES DEBT REPAYMENT DEFICIT FINANCING DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURES DISBURSEMENTS DOMESTIC ARREARS DOMESTIC BORROWING ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH EXCHANGE RATE EXPENDITURE ALLOCATION EXPENDITURE ALLOCATIONS EXPENDITURE COMMITMENTS EXPENDITURE ESTIMATES EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT EXPENDITURE PRIORITIES EXPENDITURE PROJECTIONS EXPENDITURE RESPONSIBILITIES EXTERNAL BORROWING EXTERNAL DEBT EXTERNAL FINANCING FEDERAL BUDGET FEDERAL EXPENDITURE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES FEDERAL LEVELS FEDERAL SPENDING FEDERAL TRANSFERS FEDERAL TRANSFERS TO STATES FINANCES FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FINANCIAL CRISIS FINANCIAL IMPACT FINANCIAL SECTOR FISCAL ADJUSTMENTS FISCAL AFFAIRS FISCAL BALANCE FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION FISCAL DEFICIT FISCAL DEFICITS FISCAL IMPACT FISCAL MANAGEMENT FISCAL OPERATIONS FISCAL PERFORMANCE FISCAL POLICY FISCAL SPACE FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOREIGN FINANCING FOREIGN LOANS GLOBAL MARKET GLOBAL MARKETS GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GOVERNMENT INVESTMENT GOVERNMENT SPENDING GROWTH RATE HEALTH CARE HEALTH SECTOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IMPORT DUTIES INCOME LEVEL INCOME LEVELS INFLATION INFLATION RATE INSTRUMENT INSURANCE INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INVESTMENT FLOW ISLAMIC BANK LETTERS OF CREDIT LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT LOCAL CURRENCY LOCAL FINANCING MACROECONOMIC INDICATORS MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MINISTRY OF FINANCE MONEY SUPPLY NATIONAL BUDGET NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL ECONOMY NATIONAL GOVERNMENT NET PROFITS OIL PRICE OIL PRICES OIL RESOURCES OIL WINDFALLS PENSIONS POLICY IMPLEMENTATION PORTFOLIO POVERTY REDUCING POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY POVERTY-REDUCING ACTIVITIES POVERTY-REDUCING EXPENDITURE POVERTY-REDUCING EXPENDITURES PRIORITIES OF GOVERNMENT PRIVATE CAPITAL PRIVATE SECTOR PRO-POOR EXPENDITURE PROGRAMS PUBLIC PUBLIC EMPLOYEES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR ACTIVITIES PUBLIC SECTOR SPENDING PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC SPENDING REALLOCATIONS RECURRENT EXPENDITURES REDISTRIBUTION REGIONAL GOVERNMENT REMITTANCES REPAYMENTS RESERVE RESERVES RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESOURCE FLOWS REVENUE BUDGET REVENUE COLLECTION REVENUE COLLECTIONS REVENUE MANAGEMENT REVENUE MOBILIZATION REVENUE PERFORMANCE REVENUE POLICY REVENUE PROJECTIONS REVENUE SHARING REVENUE SHORTFALLS REVENUE SOURCE REVENUE SOURCES REVENUE VOLATILITY SANITATION SAVINGS ACCOUNT SERVICE DELIVERY SOCIAL BENEFITS SOCIAL INDICATORS SOCIAL INSURANCE SOCIAL SERVICES SPENDING LEVELS STATE EXPENDITURE STATE GOVERNMENTS STOCKS SUB-NATIONAL SUB-NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS SUBNATIONAL SUKUK TAX TAX BASE TAX COLLECTION TAX COLLECTIONS TAX EXEMPTION TAX EXEMPTIONS TAX RATE TAX REVENUE TAX REVENUE PERFORMANCE TAX REVENUES TOTAL EXPENDITURE TOTAL EXPENDITURES TOTAL SPENDING TRADE BALANCE WITHDRAWAL
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Washington, DC
Africa | Sudan
2013-02-13T19:46:09Z | 2013-02-13T19:46:09Z | 2009-05

As a follow-up to the first Public Expenditure Review (PER), this note reviews fiscal management by the Government of National Unity (GoNU) through 2008 budget performance, including pro-poor spending, and how do its main features compare to the fiscal management under the first phase of the post-CPA interim period (2005-07)? The note also runs through the highlights of the key features of the GoNU 2009 budget and what has been the impact of the global crisis on the budget performance through the first quarter. The main objective is to highlight fiscal lessons for the remaining period of the post-CPA interim period. The note is structured around the following six sections: review of the economic assumptions underlying the 2008 budgets, aggregate fiscal performance, revenue performance, expenditure performance, pro-poor spending, and the 2009 budget analysis followed by actual outturns through the first quarter.

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