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Uruguay - Country partnership framework for the period FY16-20 (Inglês)

Uruguay is a country of about 3.3 million people, which has consistently given high priority to achieving broadly-shared economic growth and a sustainable reduction in poverty. A strong and progressive social compact has been a defining feature of Uruguayan society and politics, with consistent emphasis placed on protecting vulnerable groups, assuring worker dignity and promoting equitable growth. This compact, combined with rapid economic growth since 2003, has contributed to the development of a sizeable middle class, at 60 percent, the largest in Latin America as a proportion of the population, as well as effective institutions, good governance and, in consequence, a high degree of public trust in Government. The resultant political stability has been a fundamental element of Uruguay’s success in attaining its present standards of living. This Country Partnership Framework (CPF) is aligned with Uruguay’s 2015-2020 political cycle and selectivity has been exercised in the identification of objectives. The design of the CPF program responds to the Government’s priorities and is also closely coordinated with the programs of Uruguay’s other development partners, including IADB and CAF. The program is anchored in the findings of the new Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) which was informed by extensive consultations with a wide range of stakeholders. The proposed CPF program is designed to support the Government in its pursuit of six objectives identified in the SCD, grouped into three focal areas, namely, building resilience, rebalancing the social compact, and integrating Uruguay into global markets. During consultations, the Government endorsed the selection of focal areas (CPF’s pillars and objectives) and the technical teams closely coordinated with the Bank experts who designed a set of indicators, which are fully owned.


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    Uruguay - Country partnership framework for the period FY16-20

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    multilateral investment guarantee agency;Oriental Republic of Uruguay;Gender Equality and Social Inclusion;social compact;promotion of gender equality;achievement in poverty reduction;real per capita income;female labor force participation;small and medium enterprise;Completion and Learning Review;sustainable natural resource management;high level of employment;cost of energy production;Public Spending;children and youth;current account deficit;fiscal consolidation;equality of opportunity;external economic shock;private sector engagement;decline in poverty;risk management strategy;area of infrastructure;reduction in poverty;rapid export growth;public sector deficit;external environment;moderate poverty;global market;middle class;private consumption;extreme weather event;high quality water;inclusive economic growth;consumer price inflation;combination of factor;social protection spending;high growth rate;annual inflation rate;area of education;land use plan;water demand analysis;maternal mortality rate;consumer price index;standard of living;deceleration in inflation;agriculture and industry;dimension of gender;high oil price;high quality goods;data collection protocols;macroeconomic and fiscal;Natural Resource Wealth;Innovation and Productivity;per capita term;foreign private investment;increase in labor;exchange rate volatility;private consumption growth;international oil price;investment in children;tight monetary policy;drought monitoring system;working age population;availability of resource;import of goods;human resource development;economies of scale;current account balance;adverse weather conditions;total public debt;interest rate risk;terms of education;natural resource base;crime and violence;adolescent pregnancy rate;social welfare system;decision support system;quality of public;financial service sector;political risk insurance;breach of contract;delay in progress;democracy and reform;Country Partnership Strategy;global value chain;reproductive health indicator;public sector debt;sustainable debt level;engine of growth;macroeconomic policy framework;high income inequality;official poverty line;living in poverty;Labor Market;external shock;extreme poverty;income quintile;domestic demand;real growth;vulnerable group;primary balance;innovative solution;increase productivity;Job Creation;open economy;political stability;fiscal space;income growth;public policy;target range;unemployment rate;merchandise export;weather shock;binding constraint;unequal country;Fiscal policies;fiscal revenue;real income;sophisticated instruments;poverty headcount;deep integration;productivity increase;electricity cost;global economy;fiscal policy;prudent fiscal;hydromet services;income poverty;social program;gender identity;agricultural production;comparative advantage;public demand;import growth;international reserve;consensus building;



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