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Ms. Valerie Reppelin and Mr. John Norregaard


Explores different ways of controlling pollution through -green-taxes or permits, and evaluates their advantages and disadvantages. While many countries use environmental taxes, interest in tradable permits is growing.

International Monetary Fund

Sudan People’s Liberation Movement WTO World Trade Organization E xecutive S ummary During the last four years, Sudan has implemented an important economic agenda, with emphasis on strengthening institutions and mobilizing domestic resources. This agenda, supported by successive staff-monitored programs, included prudent monetary and fiscal policies, the liberalization of the trade and investment regimes, privatization and public enterprise restructuring, tax reforms, and deregulation of the foreign exchange market. Economic performance

International Monetary Fund. European Dept.

IT Strategy Development in Tax Administration December 2016 FAD Institutional Reforms in Tax Administration January 2017 FAD IT Strategy Development in Tax Administration February 2017 STA Government Finance Statistics February 2017 FAD Chart of Accounts, Cash Management and Reconciliation March 2017 STA Government Finance Statistics May 2017 FAD Roadmap for IT Strategy Implementation in Tax Administration August 2017 FAD Restructuring Tax Debt September 2017 FAD Strategic Planning in

International Monetary Fund

Background In 1992, following the country’s first multiparty elections, the new government launched a far-reaching economic reform program aimed at reducing the size of the public sector and promoting growth led by private sector exports. The reform agenda focused on privatization, trade and exchange liberalization, financial sector restructuring, tax reform, and price liberalization. Real GDP growth averaged about 7 percent a year in the period 1992-2000, but recurrent fiscal slippages undermined macroeconomic stability, first during 1992-96 and