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The IMF’s capacity development (CD) information dissemination policy needs to adapt to a new landscape. The Fund is providing more CD and producing greater and more diverse types of CD-related information. Meanwhile, the external landscape has also evolved, as members, partners, and other CD providers increasingly expect greater transparency and access to information. This paper sets out envisaged reforms to further widen the dissemination and publication of CD information.
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staff or Fund experts remains Fund intellectual property. Sharing Fund and any third-party intellectual property externally must follow the Fund’s Copyright Policy. The revised framework maintains the key principles of the current policy, while expanding the scope of shareable CD outputs, in particular to include training, and clarifying the treatment of certain information categories . The two consent requirements, as well as interaction with other information dissemination policies, will continue to hold. As such, shareable output from training (e.g., online

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. Electronic copies of IMF Policy Papers are available to the public from http://0-www-imf-org.library.svsu.edu/external/pp/ppindex.aspx International Monetary Fund Washington, D.C . © 2022 International Monetary Fund Title page UPDATED FRAMEWORK ON THE DISSEMINATION OF CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION January 7, 2022 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The IMF’s capacity development (CD) information dissemination policy needs to adapt to a new landscape . The Fund is providing more CD and producing greater and more diverse types of CD-related information. Meanwhile, the external

Mr. Ugo Fasano-Filho and Rishi Goyal
Unemployment pressures among nationals are emerging in the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC). 2 At a time when a rapidly growing number of young nationals are entering the labor force and governments are no longer able to act as employers of first and last resort, the non-oil sector continues to rely on expatriate labor to meet its labor requirements in most GCC countries. In this environment, policymakers face the related challenges of addressing unemployment pressures while striking a balance between maintaining a liberal foreign labor policy and a reasonable level of competitiveness of the non-oil sector. Using a matching function framework, this paper examines labor market policies that are likely to expand the ability to hire nationals in the non-oil sector. It finds that an effective labor strategy should focus on strengthening investment in human capital, adopting institutional reforms, and promoting a vibrant non-oil economy.
Mr. Ugo Fasano-Filho and Rishi Goyal

higher water and electricity tariff rates. Civil service retrenchment Reduction in the number of civil servants by 13,500 from 1996-98. Mobility, placement support, and information dissemination policies Employment Service Bureau created in 1997 to handle job matching and placement support for Bahraini job seekers. Additional flexibility in the dismissal legislation. Expatriate workers are allowed with the approval of their employer to move between sponsors, without being forced to leave the country. The labor ministry’s job

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The report on the Observance of Standards and Codes (ROSC) data module provides a review of France’s data dissemination practices against the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Special Data Dissemination Standard (SDDS), complemented by an in-depth assessment of the quality of six sets of macroeconomic statistics: national accounts, consumer price and producer price indices, government finance statistics, monetary statistics, and balance of payments statistics. Then, it presents recommendations to achieve improvements in the framework. Serviceability focuses on aspects of datasets, and accessibility deals with the availability of information to users.

International Monetary Fund
The report on the Observance of Standards and Codes (ROSC) data module provides a review of France’s data dissemination practices against the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Special Data Dissemination Standard (SDDS), complemented by an in-depth assessment of the quality of six sets of macroeconomic statistics: national accounts, consumer price and producer price indices, government finance statistics, monetary statistics, and balance of payments statistics. Then, it presents recommendations to achieve improvements in the framework. Serviceability focuses on aspects of datasets, and accessibility deals with the availability of information to users.