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Poverty reduction strategies (PRS) are central to Fund-supported economic and financial programs in low-income countries (LICs). The joint IMF-World Bank’s Heavily Indebted Poor Country (HIPC) Initiative introduced the PRS approach and established documentation requirements centered on the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP). The PRS approach has also been a cornerstone for the Fund’s concessional financing, currently the Extended Credit Facility (ECF), and has been extended to the Policy Support Instruments (PSI), the non-financing instrument for LICs, with PRS documentation serving as the operational framework for development of strategies to promote growth and reduce poverty under Fund-supported programs.
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20–21 will be referred to as “Country Policy Intentions Documents;” and (iii) Documents 14 and 15 will be referred to as “Fund Policy Documents.” 2. The Executive Board encourages each member to consent, where required, to the publication by the Fund of a document under this decision. It is recognized that for some members such publication would be a longer term objective. 3. a. A member’s consent to Fund publication of Documents 12, 4–11, 13, 18–23 shall be voluntary but presumed. A member’s consent to Fund publication of Documents 3 and 16–17 shall be

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20–21 will be referred to as “Country Policy Intentions Documents;” and (iii) Documents 14 and 15 will be referred to as “Fund Policy Documents.” 2. The Executive Board encourages each member to consent, where required, to the publication by the Fund of a document under this decision. It is recognized that for some members such publication would be a longer term objective. 3. a. A member’s consent to Fund publication of Documents 12, 4–11, 13, 18–23 shall be voluntary but presumed. A member’s consent to Fund publication of Documents 3 and 16–17 shall be

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as “Country Policy Intentions Documents”; and (iii) Documents 14 and 15 will be referred to as “Fund Policy Documents.” 2. The Executive Board encourages each member to consent, where required, to the publication by the Fund of a document under this decision. It is recognized that for some members such publication would be a longer term objective. 3.a. A member’s consent to Fund publication of Documents 5–11 and 13 shall be voluntary but presumed. From July 1, 2004 onwards, a member’s consent to Fund publication of Documents 1, 2 and 4 shall also be voluntary

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20–21 will be referred to as “Country Policy Intentions Documents;” and (iii) Documents 14 and 15 will be referred to as “Fund Policy Documents.” 2. The Executive Board encourages each member to consent, where required, to the publication by the Fund of a document under this decision. It is recognized that for some members such publication would be a longer term objective. 3. a. A member’s consent to Fund publication of Documents 1– 2, 4–11, 13, 18–23 shall be voluntary but presumed. A member’s consent to Fund publication of Documents 3 and 16–17 shall be

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as “Country Policy Intentions Documents;” and (iii) Documents 14 and 15 will be referred to as “Fund Policy Documents.” 2. The Executive Board encourages each member to consent, where required, to the publication by the Fund of a document under this decision. It is recognized that for some members such publication would be a longer term objective. 3. a. A member’s consent to Fund publication of Documents 1-2, 4-11, 13, 18-23 shall be voluntary but presumed. A member’s consent to Fund publication of Documents 3 and 16-17 shall be voluntary. b. Except as

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consistent with the need for the Fund to safeguard confidential information and with the provisions of Article XII, Section 8 of the Articles of Agreement concerning publication by the Fund of its views with respect to a member. I. General Provisions on Authorization and Consent 1. The Managing Director shall arrange for publication by the Fund of Country Documents, Fund Policy Documents and Multi-Country Documents in accordance with the principles set forth in the attached Indicative List. Country Documents shall be documents pertaining to individual countries

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with the need for the Fund to safeguard confidential information and with the provisions of Article XII, Section 8 of the Articles of Agreement concerning publication by the Fund of its views with respect to a member. I. General Provisions on Authorization and Consent 1. The Managing Director shall arrange for publication by the Fund of Country Documents, Fund Policy Documents and Multi-Country Documents in accordance with the principles set forth in the attached Indicative List. Country Documents shall be documents pertaining to individual countries, including

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of Documents 6 and 11. for purposes of this decision: (i) Documents 1-4, 6, 9-10, 11, 13, and 17 will be referred to as “Country Documents”; (ii) Documents 5, 7-8, and 16 will be referred to as “Country Policy Intentions Documents”; and (iii) Documents 14 and 15 will be referred to as “Fund Policy Documents.” 2. The Executive Board encourages each member to consent, where required, to the publication by the Fund of a document under this decision. It is recognized that for some members such publication would be a longer term objective. 3. In the case of

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and 11. For purposes of this decision: (i) Documents 1–4, 6, 9–10, 11, 13, and 17 will be referred to as “Country Documents” (ii) Documents 5, 7–8, and 16 will be referred to as “Country Policy Intentions Documents”; and (iii) Documents 14 and 15 will be referred to as “Fund Policy Documents.” 2. The Executive Board encourages each member to consent, where required, to the publication by the Fund of a document under this decision. It is recognized that for some members such publication would be a longer term objective. 3. In the case of Documents 5–8 and 11