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In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.
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.410 Nominal effective exchange rate 5/ 90.7 93.3 94.7 97.3 100.0 102.9 Real effective exchange rate 5/ 89.2 90.1 92.7 94.4 100.0 103.2 Sources: Data provided by the Brunei authorities; and staff estimates. 1/ Except where indicated otherwise. 2/ Transfers from BIA to the budget and for public enterprises. 3/ BIA investment in public enterprises. 4/ Balance of payments data are based on staff estimates of foreign investment income. 5/ Period average; 1995=100 Table 2. Brunei Darussalam

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87 87 91 Sources: Data provided by the Brunei authorities, and Fund staff estimates. 1/ From 2004, Brunei’s fiscal year changed from a calendar year to April-March. Table 10. Brunei Darussalam: Composition of Government Expenditure and Budget Balance, 2000-04/05 1/ 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004/05 (In millions of Brunei dollars) Total expenditure 4,298 3,914 4,794 4,032 4,815 Current 3,043 2,745 3,777 3,145 3,957 Wages and salaries 1,250 1,286 1,319 1

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In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.
International Monetary Fund. Asia and Pacific Dept

manufacture of petroleum and chemical products, was exceptionally strong (+324 percent yoy) contributing 4.6 percentage points to real GDP growth in 2020. 1 Contributions to Real GDP Growth (In percent) Sources: Brunei authorities, CEIC Data. 1/ Annual growth figure for downstream non-O&G activities are not available for 2019, as operations commenced in late-2019, Real GDP Growth (In percent) 2019 2020 2021 Year Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Year Q1 GDP 3.9 2.3 3.4 0.4 -1.4 1.1 1.4 O&G -1.9 -4

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.6 106.7 Real effective exchange rate 5/ 92.9 94.6 100.0 102.7 103.6 103.2 Sources: Data provided by the Brunei authorities; and staff estimates and projections. 1/ Except where indicated otherwise. 2/ Transfers from BIA to the budget and for public enterprises. 3/ BIA investment in public enterprises. 4/ Balance of payments data are based on staff estimates of foreign investment income. 5/ Period average; 1995=100. For 1998, average for January-June. Brunei Darussalam: Selected Social and

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… … … … Remittances of local foreign workers Money changers (29) 1994 Yes … … … … Foreign currency exchange services Source: Data provided by the Brunei authorities. 1/ Became an Islamic bank in 1993. 2/ Co-owned by Royal Family (66.95 percent), Dai Ichi Kangyo Bank Ltd. (14.4 percent), and over the counter stock (18.65 percent). 3/ Co-owned by Baiduri Holdings (60 percent), Royal Brunei Airlines (10 percent), Royal Brunei Technical Services (15 percent), and Paribas (15 percent

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.S. dollar (period average) 1,8125 1,7276 1,6290 1,6158 1,5274 1,4175 Nominal effective exchange rate 3/ 113.9 116.8 119.7 120.3 122.8 125.5 Real effective exchange rate 3/ 105.1 105.3 106.3 108.9 110.7 116.9 Sources: Data provided by the Brunei authorities; and staff estimates. 1/ GNP and balance of payments data are based on staff estimates of net foreign investment income. 2/ Data for 1995 are for September. 3/ Period average; 1980 = 100; Data for 1995 are January−November average

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In this study, the following are discussed: nominal GDP by economic activity and expenditure, quarterly nominal GDP by economic activity and expenditure, composition of nominal GDP by economic activity and expenditure, quarterly composition of nominal GDP by economic activity and expenditure, real GDP by economic activity and expenditure, quarterly real GDP by economic activity and expenditure, growth in real GDP by economic activity and expenditure, growth in quarterly real GDP by economic activity and expenditure, oil and gas production and sales, and government and private sector employment.
International Monetary Fund. Asia and Pacific Dept

.4 -16.8 -12.9 0.3 Non-O&G Balance (% of Non-O&G GDP) -70.5 -65.1 -59.6 -61.3 -54.9 (millions of BND) Nominal GDP 20,581 17,063 15,905 17,048 18,440 Nominal non-O&G GDP 7,735 7,600 7,449 7,508 7,636 Source: Brunei authorities, IM F staff estimates 1/ Fiscal year: April-March 2/ In absence of government debt and interest payments, this is also primary balance. 8. Brunei’s external position is assessed to have been weaker than fundamentals in 2018 ( Appendix IV ) . The current