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International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.

de Honduras (Honduran Institute of Geology and Mines) INJUPEMP Instituto Nacional de Jubilaciones y Pensiones del Poder Ejecutivo (National Executive Branch Retirement and Pension Administrator) INPREMA Instituto Nacional de Previsión del Magisterio (National Educational Professionals Pension Administrator) Instituto de Previsión Social de los empleados de la Universidad Nacional INPREUNAH Autónoma de Honduras (“Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras” Employee Pension Administrator) INSEP Secretaría de Estado de

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Secretariat of Finance ( Secretaría de Estado de Hacienda, formerly Secretaría de Estado de Finanzas .) Its legal framework will encompass the conduct of the government’s overall fiscal policy and its components—revenue, expenditure, and financing—thereby ensuring that this policy can be sustainable in the short, medium, and long terms. It will also address the design, implementation, and maintenance of the fiscal statistics system, inter alia. At the same time, the Government Accounting Law No. 126-01 of July 27, 2001 establishes that the State Secretariat of Finance is

International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.
This report evaluates Honduras’s fiscal transparency practices in relation to the IMF Fiscal Transparency Code (FTC). Honduras’s score is similar to those of other Latin American countries and emerging market economies that have undergone the evaluation. In relation to the fiscal transparency principles, Honduran practices are considered basic in 15 areas; good in seven areas; and advanced in six areas. Fiscal transparency practices in the area of fiscal forecasting and budgeting are the strongest, while the fiscal risk analysis and management practices are the weakest. Finally, Honduras’s current fiscal transparency practices fall short of the FTC principles in eight areas.
International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.
This report evaluates Honduras’s fiscal transparency practices in relation to the IMF Fiscal Transparency Code (FTC). Honduras’s score is similar to those of other Latin American countries and emerging market economies that have undergone the evaluation. In relation to the fiscal transparency principles, Honduran practices are considered basic in 15 areas; good in seven areas; and advanced in six areas. Fiscal transparency practices in the area of fiscal forecasting and budgeting are the strongest, while the fiscal risk analysis and management practices are the weakest. Finally, Honduras’s current fiscal transparency practices fall short of the FTC principles in eight areas.
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Aumento de los costos de energía, alivio de la deuda de Liberia, cambio climático, perspectivas de la economía mundial, perspectivas de la economía europea, perspectivas económicas para América Latina, Oriente Medio, perspectivas de la economía de Asia medioriental, asistencia técnica, conferencia de estudios de investigación, conferencia Mundell-Flemming, política fiscal en Alemania, Notas breves
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
La edición en Internet del Boletín del FMI, que se actualiza varias veces a la semana, contiene numerosos artículos sobre temas de actualidad en el ámbito de las políticas y la economía. Consulte las últimas investigaciones del FMI, lea entrevistas y escuche podcasts de los principales economistas del FMI sobre importantes temas relacionados con la economía mundial. www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/survey/so/home.aspx
Mr. Joaquim Vieira Ferreira Levy
The social security system in Spain has steadily expanded since the late 1970s. Currently, social security expenditure exceeds 15 percent of GDP, being a factor of fiscal imbalance. This paper reviews achievements and the current situation of the social security system, discusses changes in the financing of health-care expenditure in view of the need for fiscal consolidation by the general government, and analyzes the scope for a partial prefunding of future liabilities of the pension system.
International Monetary Fund
This paper discusses the evaluation of technical assistance (TA) and training provided by the Statistical Department (STA) of the IMF to Peru during 1993–2011. The results showed that TA was reasonably effective, especially in the areas of government finance statistics, and responded well to the demands expressed by the Peruvian authorities. Many constraints to capacity were overcome through TA and training. The evaluation also found that the quality of TA reports, backstopping, and report management in STA were generally adequate.