France : 2007 Article IV consultation : staff report : staff supplement : public information notice on the Executive Board discussion : and statement by the Executive Director for France.
|Imprint:||[Washington, D.C.] : International Monetary Fund, ©2008.|
|Description:||1 online resource : color illustrations.|
|Series:||IMF country report ; no. 08/75|
IMF country report ; no. 08/75.
|Subject:||International Monetary Fund -- France.|
International Monetary Fund.
Fiscal policy -- France.
Finance -- France.
France -- Economic conditions -- 1995-
France -- Economic policy -- 1995-
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12495271|
Table of Contents:
- Cover; Executive Summary; Contents; I. Background; II. Outlook; III. Policy Discussions; A. France's External Sector Weakness; B. The Reform Agenda; Text Boxes; 1. Pouvoir d'Achat: Perception and Reality; Freeing the labor market; Goods and services markets-raising competition and consumer welfare; 2. Key Product and Services Market Reforms; C. Achieving Fiscal Sustainability; The fiscal position and objectives; 3. Canada's Experience: Combining Fiscal Consolidation and Structural Reform; Fiscal reform; D. Combining Financial Sector Stability and Efficiency.
- 4. Tax Reform in France: Challenges and OptionsIV. Staff Appraisal; Figures; 1. Economic Developments; 2. External Sector Developments; 3. Labor Market Indicators; 4. Monetary Conditions; 5. Financial Market Developments; 6. Competitiveness and External Performance; 7. France vs. Germany: Out of Synch?; 8. Combining Fiscal Consolidation and Structural Reform-Canada; Tables; 1. Main Economic Indicators, 2003-12; 2. Balance of Payments; 3. High Frequency Indicators; 4. Vulnerability Indicators, 2001-07; 5. General Government Accounts, 2000-07.
- 6. The Core Set of Financial Soundness Indicators, 2000-067. Encouraged Financial Soundness Indicators, 2000-06; 8. Financial System Structure, 2000-06; Appendices; I. Fund Relations; II. Statistical Issues.