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Victor Duarte Lledo and Mr. Roberto Perrelli

would only be met 15 years later. Our dynamic financing framework scenarios suggest that Rwanda would meet its SDGs by 2045 in the baseline settings ( Table 2 ). Implementing an MTRS that boosts total revenues by 7 percent of GDP could shorten this period by 6 years. 8 Reallocating 1 percent of GDP of public expenditures towards SDGs while increasing spending efficiency could cut it by 4 years. Combined, these fiscal measures could abridge Rwanda’s SDG path by at least 8 years. If on the top of these fiscal measures the authorities could enact policies to attract

Victor Duarte Lledo and Mr. Roberto Perrelli
This paper uses a novel macroeconomic framework to identify policy and financing options to help Rwanda achieve its sustainable development goals (SDGs). Under current policies, Rwanda would meet its SDGs right after 2050. Active policies that combine fiscal reforms and higher private sector participation could fulfill more than one third of Rwanda’s post-pandemic SDG financing gap, enabling the country to meet its SDG targets by 2040. For Rwanda to meet its SDGs by 2030, active policies would need to be complemented with about 13¾ percentage points of GDP in additional resources annually until then.
International Monetary Fund

This Selected Issues paper on Bolivia reports that it has experienced major increases in its gas reserves, production, and exports. Not only have their levels increased significantly, but also there have been extensive regulatory changes, which range from the privatization of the mid-1990s to the increase in the government’s tax take from the hydrocarbons industry. The government has reached new agreements with foreign oil companies that will allow foreign companies to continue recovering part of their old investments.

Ms. Karen Elizabeth Parker and Steffen Kastner

-Term Macroeconomic Framework (Scenario B) 4. Medium-Term Macroeconomic Framework (Scenario C) 5. Medium-Term Macroeconomic Framework (Scenario D) Charts 1. Impact of Government Spending on Inflation 2. Impact of Government Spending on Current Account 3. Impact of Financial Reform on Private Investment References Appendix I Appendix II Summary The achievement of balance of payments “viability” is a central objective of most Fund-supported adjustment programs. A viable balance of payments is one in which a country’s current account deficit can be

Victor Duarte Lledo and Mr. Roberto Perrelli

Available Fiscal Space to Invest in SDGs, 2020–30 Figure 6. Rwanda: Impact of MTRS on Tax Revenues, 2018–30 Figure 7. Rwanda: Impact of Scarring on Human Capital Per Worker, 2018–50 Figure 8. Rwanda: Impact of Scarring on Real GDP Growth Rates, 2018–50 Figure 9. Rwanda: Impact of Active Policies on Per Capita Income, 2018–50 Figure 10. Rwanda: Impact of Active Policies on Human Capital Per Worker, 2018–50 Tables Table 1. Rwanda: Selected Economic Indicators Table 2. Rwanda: Dynamic Financing Framework Scenarios, 2020–50 (Pre-COVID) Table 3. Rwanda

International Monetary Fund

: Economic Accounts Annex 4.1.: Changes in Gross Domestic Product . Annex 4.2.: Fiscal Reporting Table for PRSP (2006-2010) Annex 4.3.: Balance of payments, 2002-2010 Annex 4.4.: Integrated Monetary Survey (IMF approach) Annex 4.5.: PRSP framework scenarios (2006-2010) Annex 4.6.: PRSP framework scenarios (2006-2010) 6.5. Annex 5: PRSP Monitoring Indicators LIST OF TABLES Table 1 : Poverty and Inequality in Senegal, 1994-2002 Table 2 : Poverty Incidence and Contribution to Total Poor by Administrative Region Table 3 : Proportions of Child

International Monetary Fund

-Year Adjustment Scenario Figures 1. Algeria’s OPEC Quota and Crude Oil Production, 1994–2004 2. Hydrocarbon Revenues and Oil Price 3. Government Revenues 4. Alternative Targets for Long-Term Net Government Wealth Preservation 5. Assumed Production Profiles for Alternative Reserve Estimates 6. Alternative Targets for Sustainable Nonhydrocarbon Primary Deficit 7. Alternative Targets for Long-Term Net Government Wealth Preservation Development of Government HC Spending and Saving Paths 8. Constant Wealth per Capita Framework, Scenario adjusted for WEO oil price