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Zambia economic brief : how Zambia can borrow without sorrow (English)

This tenth Zambia Economic Brief with a focus section on sustainable borrowing and improved debt management. This Brief includes two sections as following: the World Bank's assessment of recent economic developments and the outlook in the short to medium term, and its analysis of a specific development topic or theme.

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  • Author

    Smith,Gregory, Jessen,Lars, Chinzara,Zivanemoyo

  • Document Date

    2017/12/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    121886

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Zambia,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2017/12/05

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Zambia economic brief : how Zambia can borrow without sorrow

  • Keywords

    small and medium enterprise;payment arrears;legal and regulatory framework;public financial management system;access to capital market;lending rate;current account deficit;drag on growth;Regional Economic Development;risk of debt;private sector credit;Capital Inflows;exchange rate dynamic;exchange rate fluctuation;reduction in poverty;implementation of reform;Oil & Gas;Oil and Gas;loose monetary policy;rise and fall;national poverty line;decline in inflation;accumulation of arrears;change in prices;price of copper;treasury bill rate;price for oil;fishery production increase;wages and salary;enforcement of regulation;short of target;global economic growth;growth in agriculture;publicly guarantee debt;Foreign Exchange Reserve;public investment management;parallel exchange rate;exchange rate stability;capital flow reversal;international capital inflow;terms of trade;value added tax;debt management reform;external public debt;external debt sustainability;access to grant;Public Debt Management;price of good;external debt service;foreign direct investment;decline in revenue;debt sustainability analysis;export of goods;consumer price inflation;nominal lending rate;private sector contract;foreign exchange market;exchange rate shock;copper price;fiscal deficit;cash basis;Exchange Rates;copper production;commodity price;Financial Sector;commercial bank;rainy season;economic recovery;metal price;high commodity;inclusive growth;consumer demand;downside risk;Population Growth;fiscal consolidation;global condition;target range;fiscal adjustment;Frontier Market;reserve ratio;trade deficit;construction sector;domestic condition;electricity tariff;medium-term outlook;debt relief;foreign currency;regional growth;rural area;stable inflation;road sector;economic reform;public expenditure;credit growth;political will;banking sector;merchandise trade;political instability;external financing;supply disruption;livestock sector;crop production;global financing;debt accumulation;vector autoregression;manufacturing sector;upward pressure;real income;primary balance;food price;vat refunds;domestic financing;Retail Sector;Construction Firms;aggregate growth;fiscal discipline;financing need;domestic shock;alternative route;concessional loan;domestic expenditure;t-bill rate;fuel pump;raw material;copper mining;south sudan;pension contribution;debt position;export volume;stock production;oil price;market price;fiscal pressure;heavy rain;oil commodity;current expenditure;punitive measure;agricultural season;increased demand;monetary shock;Disease Control;retail trade;global trade;tax revenue;asset quality;poor household;intergovernmental transfer;total credit;rural phenomenon;illegal fishing;repayment risk;fixed deposit;domestic development;trade balance;ppp terms;agriculture sector;domestic reform;concessional term;market borrowing;financial choice;debt composition;risk exposure;productive asset;improve revenue;rising debt;eradicating poverty;export demand;investment sector;borrowed resource;debt level;advanced economy;rich economy;zambian kwacha;income growth;cocoa price;Public Infrastructure;risky debt;urban counterpart;consumer good;program leader;domestic factor;trade levels;government spending;increased investment;money supply;political uncertainty;primary income;portfolio debt;international reserve;active debt;buy back;private individuals;financing option;high inflation;International Trade;outstanding loan;domestic revenue;sovereign bond;consumer goods;sinking fund;fiscal position;debt capital;debt funding;financial service;export performance;

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Citation

Smith,Gregory Jessen,Lars Chinzara,Zivanemoyo

Zambia economic brief : how Zambia can borrow without sorrow (English). Zambia economic brief. no.10 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/782221512459934813/Zambia-economic-brief-how-Zambia-can-borrow-without-sorrow