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Samoa - Debt Management Performance Assessment (DeMPA) (English)

This report presents the findings of the mission based on information available as on 28 January 2010. An executive summary and a summary of the indicative performance indicators are presented in section two. The country context and recent developments and reforms in the area of public financial management, which are important for the evaluation, are provided in section three. Section four explains each scoring in detail. Section six concludes and discusses potential next steps.

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  • Author

    Manoel,Alvaro, Jessen,Lars, Takahashi,Ryuta, Odumbe, Carilus

  • Document Date

    2010/01/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    150008

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Samoa - Debt Management Performance Assessment (DeMPA)

  • Keywords

    medium term debt management strategy; Economic Policy; Public Sector Investment Plan; public financial management reform; central government debt; Cash flow forecast; Public Finance Management; controller and chief auditor; public financial management system; domestic debt market development; market for government security; holder of government bond; quality of debt management; formal debt management strategy; payment of debt service; state-owned enterprise; efficient use of resource; debt management activity; minimum requirement; debt recording system; issuance of guarantee; Public Debt Management; monetary policy implementation; monetary policy operation; degree of commitment; exchange of information; external borrowing; operational risk management; open market operation; debt sustainability analysis; human resource management; domestic financial market; direct budget support; debt management policy; procedures for debt; domestic government bond; domestic borrowing program; financial statement; loan negotiation; nonfinancial public sector; interest rate basis; use of derivative; exchange rate movement; average interest rate; budget execution system; senior debt; long term investment; external debt datum; payment of interest; debt management system; development of tourism; new zealand dollar; net government debt; debt data recording; source of funding; central government borrowing; payment on debt; lack of interest; external public debt; short time span; provision of guarantee; public sector entity; debt management entity; public sector debt; disaster recovery plan; cabinet for approval; public external debt; less developed country; responsible fiscal policy; items of expenditures; annual borrowing plan; types of loan; area of debt; public domestic debt; global financial crisis; debt management operation; exchange rate shock; internal control framework; extension of credit; foreign currency debt; lack of connectivity; external debt service; debt management function; money laundering prevention; money laundering activity; cash balance; loan guarantee; recent years; cash management; Fiscal policies; registry system; legal framework; reporting requirement; annual budget; government guarantee; private bank; staff capacity; reform plan; funding source; domestic security; legal adviser; borrowed fund; outstanding amount; government loan; loan contract; recent development; Business Continuity; strategy development; fiscal target; fiscal risk; secure storage; overall expenditure; procedure manual; fiscal management; market participant; real gdp; data security; minimum level; liquidity management; stated objective; qualitative information; fiscal variable; cash forecast; treasury security; market-based mechanisms; retail market; Treasury securities; manual system; future debt; Macroeconomic Policy; financing activities; Government Accounts; principal debt; total debt; budget process; macroeconomic framework; contingent liability; contingent liabilities; pension system; banking account; fiscal discipline; commercial bank; state debt; institution building; market price; audit control; risk analysis; effective performance; market infrastructure; management committee; procurement procedure; sound financial; fiscal objective; fiscal outlook; budget balance; budget revenue; Fiscal Sustainability; overdraft facility; money supply; international exchange; risk-free security; Monetary Stability; budget proposal; banking business; counter measure; indirect instrument; interbank market; repurchase agreement; secondary market; guarantee issue; budget deficit; net debt; treasury bill; external loan; state guarantee; guarantee agreement; outstanding debt; currency borrowing; exceptional circumstance; budget cycle; risk indicator; quantitative information; fiscal unit; bond holder; government payment; internal audits; skilled staff; yearly budget; grant element; external shock; natural disaster; back up; debt system; economic crisis; debt conversion

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Manoel,Alvaro Jessen,Lars Takahashi,Ryuta Odumbe, Carilus

Samoa - Debt Management Performance Assessment (DeMPA) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/869211593062514232/Samoa-Debt-Management-Performance-Assessment-DeMPA