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International Monetary Fund. Strategy, Policy, & Review Department
At the time of the 2005 Review of the Fund’s Transparency Policy, the Executive Board required regular updates on trends in implementing the transparency policy. This report provides an overview of recent developments, reflecting information on documents considered by the Board in 2019 and their respective publication status up to June 2020, and updating the previous annual report on Key Trends.
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. Approved and Rejected Deletions in Article IV and UFR Staff Reports (2013) 1/ (Percent of all deletions requested by income group and region, unless otherwise indicated) Reports by group 2/ Reason deletion requests were rejected Number of deletion requests 3/ Approved Of which : Partially rejected 4/ Rejected Rejected, but subsequently approved by management Information is already in the public domain 5/ Information is sufficiently general not to trigger market disruption in near term 5/ Inclusion of information in Staff

International Monetary Fund. Strategy, Policy, & Review Department
This report provides an overview of recent developments in the implementation of the Fund’s Transparency Policy, as required by the Executive Board. It covers documents considered by the Board in 2020 and their respective publication status up to June 2021. To provide some perspective on trends, it compares the implementation of the Fund’s Transparency Policy on the 2020 documents with preceding years.
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fixed relationship between the second column and the third and fourth column under each year. 3/ Based on World Economic Outlook definitions. Also includes discussions held with members’ territories and currency unions in the context of Article IV consultations with their constituent members. Table 4b. Deletions in 2015 1/ (Percent of all deletions requested by income group and region, unless otherwise indicated) Reports by group 2/ Reason deletion requests were rejected 5/ 6/ Number of deletion requests 3/ Approved

International Monetary Fund. Strategy, Policy, &, Review Department, and International Monetary Fund. Secretary's Department
At the time of the 2005 Review of the Fund’s Transparency Policy, the Executive Board requested regular updates on trends in implementing the transparency policy. The tables in this report provide an overview of recent developments, reflecting information on documents considered by the Board in 2017 and updating the previous annual report on Key Trends. Deeper analysis of these trends is undertaken in the context of periodic reviews of the Fund’s Transparency Policy.
International Monetary Fund. Strategy, Policy, &, Review Department, and International Monetary Fund. Secretary's Department

, financial sector and/or other areas, there is no fixed relationship between the second column and the third and fourth column under each year. 3/ Based on World Economic Outlook definitions. Also includes discussions held with respect to members’ territories and currency unions in the context of Article IV consultations with members. Table 4b. Deletions in 2018 1/ (Percent of all deletions requested by income group and region, unless otherwise indicated) Reason deletion requests were rejected 5/ 6/ Reports by group

International Monetary Fund. Strategy, Policy, & Review Department

Portal on January 1, 2017, modification requests reflect only those for which the authoring departments (ADs) sought SPR sign-off. The correction of typographic errors and inconsequential factual errors by ADs is allowed outside the portal. In 2019, the share of approved deletions out of the total number of deletions requested was higher for developing economies than for advanced and emerging market economies. In terms of geographic regions, the incidence of deletion requests was highest for the Middle East and North Africa. Rejections of deletion requests were

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. 2/ Because a single report can have deletions falling into multiple categories, e.g., exchange rate, financial sector and/or other areas, there is no fixed relationship between the second column and the third and fourth column under each year. 3/ Based on World Economic Outlook definitions. Also includes discussions held with members’ territories and currency unions in the context of Article IV consultations with their constituent members. Table 4b. Deletions in 2016 1/ (Percent of all deletions requested by income group and region, unless

International Monetary Fund. Strategy, Policy, & Review Department

reports with deletions and corrections: Article IV and UFR staff reports published with deletions represented only 1 percent of all reports in 2020 compared with 9 percent in 2019, while the share of reports published with corrections fell to 44 percent from 61 in 2019. ( Tables 4a and 5a ). In terms of geographic regions, the number of deletion requests was highest for Sub-Saharan Africa. Overall, rejections of deletion requests were motivated in equal shares by an assessment that the information under consideration was sufficiently general to not create a clear risk