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Philippines Monthly Economic Developments (November 2018) (English)

This newsletter includes the following headlines: Philippine economic growth moderated to 6.1 percent year-to-year in the third quarter; The services sector drove economic growth while the agriculture sector underperformed; While manufacturing growth slowed in September, it is projected to accelerate in the next few month; A surge in imports and a contraction in exports resulted in the widest merchandise trade gap so far in 2018; Headline inflation held steady in October while food inflation moderated for the first time since May; The Philippine peso appreciated 1-2 percent month-on-month in October from Php/USD 54.25 to Php/USD 53.61; The fiscal deficit widened in the first three quarters of 2018. as rapid expenditure growth outpaced revenue growth. ... See More +

Newsletter 132260 NOV 01, 2018

Qian,Rong; Chua,Kevin C.; Cruz,Kevin Thomas Garcia; Lazaro,Karen Annette Ducat; Endo,Isaku; Diop,Ndiame Disclosed

Growth and Productivity in the Philippines : Winning the Future (English)

To achieve the AmBisyon Natin 2040, the Philippines needs to triple its income per capita in the next two decades. The AmBisyon Natin 2040 is the government’s plan to transform the country into a prosperous middle-class society free of poverty by 2040. ... See More +

Working Paper 130056 SEP 01, 2018

Qian,Rong; Warwick,Mara K.; Diop,Ndiame; Hansl,Birgit; Cruz,Kevin Thomas Garcia; Bruckner,Markus; Chua,Kevin C.; Hguyen,Ha; Lazaro,Karen Annette Ducat; Galang,Roberto Martin Nolan; Garcia,Andres F.; Miralles,Graciela; Iootty,Mariana; Pennings,Steven Michael; Guzman,Jorge P.; Kim,Young Eun; Devadas,Sharmila Disclosed

Philippines monthly economic developments (July 2018) (English)

The World Bank maintains its growth projection for the Philippines at 6.7 percent for 2018 and 2019. The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) contracted in June for the fifth consecutive month. ... See More +

Newsletter 128374 JUL 01, 2018

Chua,Kevin C.; Cruz,Kevin Thomas Garcia; Endo,Isaku; Qian,Rong; Hansl,Birgit; Diop,Ndiame Disclosed

Indonesia economic quarterly : learning more, growing faster (English)

This edition includes a focus topic that discusses how 15 years of education reforms have helped to improve education outcomes and human capital in Indonesia, and what challenges remain. ... See More +

Working Paper 126891 JUN 01, 2018

Diop,Ndiame; Gil Sander,Frederico Bahasa (Indonesian) Disclosed

Philippines economic update : investing in the future (English)

In 2017, the Philippines was among the top three growth performers in the East Asia region. Only Vietnam and China performed better. The Philippines growth performance slightly weakened in 2017 to 6.7 percent year-on-year from 6.9 percent in 2016. ... See More +

Working Paper 125309 APR 01, 2018

Hansl,Birgit; Diop,Ndiame; Chua,Kevin C.; Cruz,Kevin Thomas Garcia; Qian,Rong; Endo,Isaku; Demombynes,Gabriel; Luo,Xubei; Piza,Sharon Faye Alariao Disclosed

Philippines economic update : preserving consistency and policy commitment (English)

The Philippines Economic Update (PEU) summarizes key economic and social developments, important policy changes, and the evolution of external conditions over the past six months. ... See More +

Working Paper 120239 OCT 01, 2017

Hansl,Birgit; Diop,Ndiame; Chua,Kevin C.; Cruz,Kevin Thomas Garcia Disclosed

Closing Indonesia’s infrastructure gap : the key role of fiscal policy reforms (English)

Indonesia has established a strong track record of overall public borrowing restraint and enjoys a low debt burden with minimal risks of debt distress. ... See More +

Brief 105702 MAY 01, 2016

Carter,Jamie; Diop,Ndiame; Nair,Arvind; Sienaert,Alexis Disclosed

East Asia and Pacific - Economic update : growing challenges (English)

In the six months since the previous East Asia and Pacific (EAP) economic update, developing EAP has faced a challenging external environment. Financial market conditions in the region, however, have been volatile over much of the past 6 months, as in the rest of the world. ... See More +

Publication 104770 APR 01, 2016

Edwards,Kim Alan; Vashakmadze,Ekaterine T.; Solmaz,Serhat; Sun, Yan; Blum,Jurgen Rene; Taliercio,Robert R.; Rahardja,Sjamsu; Maliszewska,Maryla; Mishra,Deepak K.; Ariyapruchya,Kiatipong; Badiani-Magnusson,Reena Chandu; Batsuuri,Davaadalai; Beck,Hans Anand; Del Castillo,Noel Borja; Chen,Shaohua; Chua,Karl Kendrick Tiu; Cruz,Kevin Thomas Garcia; Davading,Somneuk; Demombynes,Gabriel; Dewina,Reno; Diaz-Bonilla,Carolina; Dinh,Viet Tuan; Diop,Ndiame; Eckardt,Sebastian; Fitrani,Fitria; Freije-Rodriguez,Samuel; Hein,Min Ye Paing; Vu,Linh Hoang; Kida,Mizuho; Kim,Jae Kyun; Knight,David Stephen; Krishnan,Nandini; Kularatne,Chandana; Lee,Taehyun; Limkin,Joseph Louie C.; Litwack,John; Ly,Sodeth; Mahajan,Sandeep; Martin, Miguel; Spatafora,Nikola L.; Hirano,Yumeka Disclosed

Indonesia - Avoiding the trap (English)

Within the next two decades Indonesia aspires to generate prosperity, avoid a middle-income trap and leave no one behind as it tries to catch up with high-income economies. ... See More +

Working Paper 88929 MAY 01, 2014

Diop, Ndiame; Fitrani, Fitria; Lee, Yue Man; Nair, Arvind; Wai-Poi, Matthew Grant; Sienaert, Alex; Taylor, Ashley; Wihardja, Maria Monica; Pinerua, Carlos; Spreng, Connor P.; Gunawan, Iwan; Samad, Taimur; Simatupang, Renata; Al-Samarrai, Samer; Cerdan-Infantes, Pedro; Dorkin, Darren W.; Wiener, Mitchell; Djalal, Dini Sari Bahasa (Indonesian) Disclosed

Why is reducing energy subsidies a prudent, fair, and transformative policy for Indonesia? (English)

If there was one bold and timely policy to transform Indonesia, this is it. In 2012, spending on energy subsidies claimed more than one-fifth of the central government's budget, that is, more than three times the allocation for infrastructure such as roads, water, electricity and irrigation networks, and three times the government wide spending on health. ... See More +

Brief 86815 MAR 01, 2014

Diop,Ndiame Disclosed

Indonesia - Avoiding the trap : Indonesia - Menghindari perangkap (Bahasa (Indonesian))

Within the next two decades Indonesia aspires to generate prosperity, avoid a middle-income trap and leave no one behind as it tries to catch up with high-income economies. ... See More +

Working Paper 88929 JAN 01, 2014

Diop, Ndiame; Fitrani, Fitria; Lee, Yue Man; Nair, Arvind; Wai-Poi, Matthew Grant; Sienaert, Alex; Taylor, Ashley; Wihardja, Maria Monica; Pinerua, Carlos; Spreng, Connor P.; Gunawan, Iwan; Samad, Taimur; Simatupang, Renata; Al-Samarrai, Samer; Cerdan-Infantes, Pedro; Dorkin, Darren W.; Wiener, Mitchell; Djalal, Dini Sari English Disclosed

Natural resource abundance, growth and diversification in MENA : the effects of natural resources and the role of policies (English)

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is one of the richest in the world in terms of natural resources. It holds more than 60 percent of the world's proven oil reserves, mostly located in the Gulf region, and nearly half of global gas reserves. ... See More +

Brief 73759 OCT 01, 2012

Diop, Ndiame; Marotta, Daniela; Melo, Jaime de Disclosed

Natural resource abundance, growth, and diversification in the Middle East and North Africa : the effects of natural resources and the role of policies (English)

This book is organized as follows: this first chapter examines the pattern of structural transformation in Middle East and North Africa, or MENA and summarizes the role of various factors examined thoroughly in the rest of the volume. ... See More +

Publication 72463 SEP 08, 2012

Diop, Ndiame; Marotta, Daniela; Melo, Jaime de Disclosed

Jordan - Jordan First Programmatic DPL : P124441 - Implementation Status Results Report : Sequence 01 (English)

Implementation Status and Results Report ISR6207 MAR 13, 2012

Diop,Ndiame Disclosed

Are Jordan and Tunisia's exports becoming more technologically sophisticated? And why it matters (English)

The last decade has witnessed two interesting features in international trade. First, high-tech products have become the fastest growing segment of international trade. ... See More +

Brief 67734 FEB 01, 2012

Diop, Ndiame; Ghali, Sofiane Disclosed

Are Jordan and Tunisia's exports becoming more technologically sophisticated? Analysis using highly disaggregated export databases (English)

There is a growing consensus that what you export matters for growth (see for instance, Haussman and al. 2007 and Krishna and Maloney (2011)). This paper examines whether and to what extent Jordan and Tunisia, the two most globally integrated countries of the Middle East and North Africa region, are moving up the technological ladder. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 67248 FEB 01, 2012

Diop, Ndiame; Ghali, Sofiane Disclosed

Trade competitiveness of the Middle East and North Africa : policies for export diversification (English)

International trade was deeply affected by the global financial and economic crisis. Mimicking worldwide trends, imports from and exports to the Middle East and North Africa dropped significantly in 2009. ... See More +

Publication 55199 JUL 01, 2010

Lopez-Calix, Jose R.; Walkenhorst, Peter; Diop, Ndiame; Disclosed

The economy-wide effects of further trade reforms in Tunisia's services sectors (English)

The purpose of this paper is to benchmark Tunisia against other emerging economies in terms of the regulatory barriers affecting particular services sectors, and to assess the economy-wide effects of further liberalizing these services trade restrictions, compared with reducing the dispersion in barriers to its merchandise trade. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS5341 JUN 01, 2010

Dee, Philippa; Diop, Ndiame Disclosed

The dynamic effects of countercyclical fiscal stimulus on output in Tunisia (English)

With the global financial crisis hitting many countries, policymakers around the world have been weighing different countercyclical policies to support aggregate demand and restore growth. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS5087 OCT 01, 2009

Diop, Ndiame; Ben Abdallah, Nizar Disclosed

Tunisia's global integration : a second generation of reforms to boost growth and employment (English)

This study on a world integration for Tunisia attempts to contribute to the achievement of the growth of the 11th development plan. It first takes stock of past integration policies, outlining policies implemented and assessing their impact on foreign direct investments (FDI), exports and employment. ... See More +

Publication 45409 DEC 02, 2008

Diop, Ndiame; Vincellette, Gallina A.; Molouche, Mariem; Young Lee, Sun; Dee, Philippa; Walkenhorst, Peter; Cattaneo, Olivier French Disclosed

Title Document Date Report No. Document Type Also available in
Philippines Monthly Economic Developments (November 2018) (English)
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NOV 01, 2018 132260 Newsletter
Growth and Productivity in the Philippines : Winning the Future (English)
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SEP 01, 2018 130056 Working Paper
Philippines monthly economic developments (July 2018) (English)
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JUL 01, 2018 128374 Newsletter
Indonesia economic quarterly : learning more, growing faster (English)
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JUN 01, 2018 126891 Working Paper Bahasa (Indonesian)
Philippines economic update : investing in the future (English)
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APR 01, 2018 125309 Working Paper
Philippines economic update : preserving consistency and policy commitment (English)
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OCT 01, 2017 120239 Working Paper
Closing Indonesia’s infrastructure gap : the key role of fiscal policy reforms (English)
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MAY 01, 2016 105702 Brief
East Asia and Pacific - Economic update : growing challenges (English)
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APR 01, 2016 104770 Publication
Indonesia - Avoiding the trap (English)
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MAY 01, 2014 88929 Working Paper Bahasa (Indonesian)
Why is reducing energy subsidies a prudent, fair, and transformative policy for Indonesia? (English)
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MAR 01, 2014 86815 Brief
Indonesia - Avoiding the trap : Indonesia - Menghindari perangkap (Bahasa (Indonesian))
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JAN 01, 2014 88929 Working Paper English
Natural resource abundance, growth and diversification in MENA : the effects of natural resources and the role of policies (English)
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OCT 01, 2012 73759 Brief
Natural resource abundance, growth, and diversification in the Middle East and North Africa : the effects of natural resources and the role of policies (English)
See More +
SEP 08, 2012 72463 Publication
Jordan - Jordan First Programmatic DPL : P124441 - Implementation Status Results Report : Sequence 01 (English)
See More +
MAR 13, 2012 ISR6207 Implementation Status and Results Report
Are Jordan and Tunisia's exports becoming more technologically sophisticated? And why it matters (English)
See More +
FEB 01, 2012 67734 Brief
Are Jordan and Tunisia's exports becoming more technologically sophisticated? Analysis using highly disaggregated export databases (English)
See More +
FEB 01, 2012 67248 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Trade competitiveness of the Middle East and North Africa : policies for export diversification (English)
See More +
JUL 01, 2010 55199 Publication
The economy-wide effects of further trade reforms in Tunisia's services sectors (English)
See More +
JUN 01, 2010 WPS5341 Policy Research Working Paper
The dynamic effects of countercyclical fiscal stimulus on output in Tunisia (English)
See More +
OCT 01, 2009 WPS5087 Policy Research Working Paper
Tunisia's global integration : a second generation of reforms to boost growth and employment (English)
See More +
DEC 02, 2008 45409 Publication French