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Rice Imports and Marketing Office); SNPT (Post and Tele-communications Office); and SOCOPOTRAM (Comorian Ports Establishment); and IBD is taxes on miscellaneous us profits. Data on CEE (Compagnie d’Eau d’Electricite) end Comorian Ports Establishment (SOCOPOTRAM) not available. 1/ Before provision for emorbzation. Table 24. Comoros: Consolidated Financial Statement of Public Enterprises, 1995-2001 (In millions of Comorian francs, unless otherwise indicated) Share Capital Total shore Term Debt Turnover Net Profit Before IBD

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610 −5 1997- 1st Quarter 316 … 182 12 0 … 47 241 74 1997 - 2nd Quarter (Proj.) 339 … 263 40 17 … 174 495 −156 Sources: Public enterprises listed below; and Fund staff estimates. Notes: SCH = Comorian Hydrocarbons Company; ONICOR = National Rice Imports and Marketing Office; SNPT = Post and Telecommunications Office; EEDC = Comoros Electricity and Water, SNI = National Printing Company; SOCOPOTRAM = Comorian Ports Establishment; and IBD = taxes on miscellaneous profits. Comorian Meat and Food

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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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… … … … … … … … … 2001 … … … … … … … … … 2002 2,117 … 342 1,313 1 4 408 2,068 -151 2003 2,200 -25 357 1,238 0 2 891 2,465 -485 2004 3,518 … 417 2,070 0 3 916 3,407 … Sources: Public enterprises listed below; and Fund staff estimates. Notes: SCH (Comorian Hydrocarbons Company); ONICOR (National Rice Imports and Marketing Office); SNPT (Post and Telecommunications Office); SOCOPOTRAM (Comorian Ports Establishment); and MAMWE (Water and Electricity Company). 1/ Before

International Monetary Fund
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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… … … … … … … … … Sources: Public enterprises listed below; and Fund staff estimates. Notes: SCH (Comorian Hydrocarbons Company); ONICOR (National Rice Imports and Marketing Office); SNPT (Post and Tele-communications Office); SOCOPOTRAM (Comorian Ports Establishment); and IBD taxes on miscellaneous profits. Data on CEE (Compagnie d’Eau et d’Electricité) not available. 1/ Before provision for amortization. Table 24. Comoros: Consolidated Financial Statement of Public Enterprises, 1997-2002 (In millions of Comorian francs, unless otherwise indicated

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); SNPT (Post and Tele-communications Office); SOCOPOTRAM (Comorian Ports Establishment; and IBD is taxes on miscellaneous profits. Data on CEE (Compagnit Eau et d’Electricié) not available. 1/ Before provision for amortization. Table 23. Comoros: Cousolidalcd Finiincial Sutcmcntof Public Enterprises, 1995-2000 (In millions of Comorian francs) Share Capital Total Longterm Debt Turnover Net Profit Before IBD IBD Nel Profit After IBD Accumulated Losses Longterm External Debt Interest on Gross Debt Gross Fixed

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The Selected Issues paper for the Union of the Comoros describes an assessment of the external competitiveness. Comoros has been hard hit by negative terms-of-trade shocks that have weakened the external position. A trend decline in the world price of vanilla, its main export, has occurred parallel to unprecedented increases in international food and petroleum prices. Although export growth has slackened, imports have steadily grown driven by a surge in remittances and a steady real appreciation of the euro-pegged national currency.
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,679 … … … … … … … … 2002 5305 … … … … … … … … SOCOPOTRAM 1997 … … … … … … … … … 1998 543 … 545 34 37 5 50 671 -87 1999 899 … 728 53 1 2 90 873 25 2000 985 … 628 61 18 9 248 957 28 Sources: Public enterprises listed below; and Fund staff estimates. Notes: SCH (Comorian Hydrocarbons Company); ONICOR (National Rice Imports and Marketing Office); SNPT (Post and Telecommunications Office); and SOCOPOTRAM (Comorian Ports Establishment