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International Monetary Fund. Middle East and Central Asia Dept.

On behalf of the Armenian authorities, we would like to thank Mr. Porter and his team for very constructive discussions, their comprehensive reports despite the challenging circumstances of mostly virtual engagement and overall Fund staff for the helpful technical assistance. In addition, we are grateful for the continuous support extended by Fund Management and the Board to the Republic of Armenia. Following the strong mandate received at the national elections, the government has set out an ambitious agenda to develop a new knowledge-based, export

International Monetary Fund

reserves (in mlns of U.S. dollars) 171 243 298 305 314 In months of next year’s imports of goods and services 2.3 3.1 3.9 3.8 3.6 Sources: Armenian authorities; Armenia Human Development Report (May 1996), World Bank: World Development Indicators, 1999; Social Indicators of Poverty, National Statistics Service, Armenia; and Fund staff estimates. 1/ With respect to the same period in the previous year. 2/ Inflation during the last 12 months. 3/ Deficit as measured by financing. 4/ Change in percent of

International Monetary Fund

General November 14, 2005 The Armenian authorities appreciate the staff report, which accurately assesses economic developments in 2005 and the program implementation so far. The authorities acknowledge that the report provides a realistic view of the policy challenges ahead, and broadly agree with staff recommendations. They also think that the program conditionality is appropriate and are pleased that the program is on track, with all performance criteria for end-June 2005 met. Macroeconomic developments are sound and progress has been made in

International Monetary Fund. Middle East and Central Asia Dept.

,569 Gross domestic product (in millions of U.S. dollars) 12,457 13,672 Gross domestic product per capita (in U.S. dollars) 4,196 4,615 GDP deflator (percent change) 2.8 1.5 Sources: Armenian authorities. 2. April data shows a pick-up in inflation . CPI inflation increased to 0.9 percent (y/y) in April, following -0.1 percent in March. This is driven mainly by higher prices for food, beverages and tobacco. The increase in inflation is in line with Staff’s projections. 3. Preliminary budget execution information for the first