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Yemen economic update (spring 2008) (English)

The Yemen Economic Update for spring 2008 includes the following articles; summary, recent economic development; macroeconomic development and outlook; structural reforms and policies; outlook; economic and sector dialogue; new and noteworthy; World Bank operations; and World Bank publication.

Details

  • Document Date

    2008/03/01

  • Document Type

    Newsletter

  • Report Number

    43851

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Yemen, Republic of

  • Region

    Middle East and North Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Yemen economic update (spring 2008)

  • Keywords

    rural area;goods trade;unmet need for family planning;maternal and child health services;oil production;Demand for Good Governance;Securities and Exchange Commission;explicit deposit insurance system;special economic zone;share of total spending;local economic development department;high oil revenue;social welfare benefits;oil price assumption;Fuel Subsidies;illegal immigrant;food price;investment climate;high oil price;current account deficit;public health programs;deposit insurance scheme;oil export revenue;current account balance;wages and salary;civil service administration;Fiscal Sustainability;inflationary pressure;oil sector;fiscal deficit;effective contract enforcement;price of oil;corporate income taxation;agricultural commodity price;benefit of decentralization;annual inflation rate;access to finance;inflow of immigrants;access to health;oil production decline;personnel information management;tariff on import;tariff import;perception of corruption;nuclear power generation;balance of payment;oil producing regions;budget tax revenue;number of beneficiaries;fuel price revision;social protection scheme;process of decentralization;average inflation rate;Public Sector Organizations;public sector agency;elimination of tariffs;regional trading partners;social protection mechanism;crude oil production;moral hazard problem;investment in housing;tax collection effort;good governance agenda;open trade regime;awareness raising activity;land administration system;exchange rate system;annual wage bill;international good practice;explicit insurance system;withdrawal of deposit;adolescent health service;mother and child;access to land;net foreign asset;land and water;weak legal framework;reproductive health service;education and health;tax reform effort;electronic information system;reduction in subsidies;clinical health care;rapid population growth;labor market indicator;corporate governance standard;wholesale price index;producer price index;investment promotion strategy;human development indicator;price for food;public sector debt;expenditures on fuel;financial sector development;corporate governance code;national development plan;bank deposit insurance;security of tenure;external public debt;standard of living;good performance;oil output;military personnel;Exchange Rates;supplementary budget;money supply;Public Spending;commercial bank;rising inflation;yemeni rial;fiscal outturn;fiscal data;institutional framework;small depositor;political reform;national account;banking crisis;insurance agencies;real gdp;arab countries;banking sector;biometric identification;fiscal regime;tax system;grace period;decentralization effort;sales tax;Investment strategies;Cash Transfer;government fiscal;inflationary impact;general population;dollar value;private land;monetary authority;urban settlement;domestic price;budget expenditure;high inflation;medium-term outlook;government sector;budget deficit;net lending;black market;current expenditure;capital expenditure;small sample;administrative procedure;detailed revenue;exchange policy;domestic liquidity;fiscal discipline;foreign reserve;domestic supply;multilateral institution;macroeconomic outcome;red tape;economic diversification;poverty incidence;local commercial;reform package;housing cost;development partner;poverty situation;spot price;property income;common strategies;global trend;illegal immigration;household furnishings;employment prospect;monetary sector;food ration;school facility;foreign capital;government intervention;wheat market;seasonal factor;agricultural produce;bank failure;external account;data shortage;water right;tribal community;vulnerable person;Infant Mortality;land distribution;health status;commodity export;outreach program;food production;subsidy rate;subsidy scheme;external training;national territory;mountainous area;budgetary expenditure;external balance;micro-finance bank;rural community;land transaction;economic liberalization;Land Registry;customary norms

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Yemen economic update (spring 2008) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/629951468171261406/Yemen-economic-update-spring-2008