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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Turbulences sur les marchés financiers ; Strauss-Kahn prend la tête du FMI ; réchauffement climatique ; intégration financière en Europe ; finance islamique ; vulnérabilité des marchés émergents ; leçons de la crise des subprimes ; intégration du Maghreb ; gestion des finances publiques dans les pays producteurs de pétrole ; point sur l'actualité.
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Turbulencias del mercado mundial; Strauss-Kahn, nuevo Director Gerente del FMI; Calentamiento global; Europa: La integración financiera; Las finanzas islámicas; Vulnerabilidad de los mercados emergentes; Agitación en el mercado de hipotecas de alto riesgo: Lecciones; La integración del Magreb; Los productores de petróleo: Gestión fiscal; Notas breves.
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Global market turmoil; Strauss-Kahn to head IMF; Global warming; Europe: Financial integration; Islamic finance; Emerging market vulnerability; Subprime turmoil: Lessons; Maghreb integration; Oil producers: Fiscal management; News briefs.
Mr. Juan Sole, Mr. Gabriel Sensenbrenner, Mr. Amor Tahari, J. E. J. De Vrijer, Ms. Marina Moretti, Ms. Patricia D Brenner, and Mr. Abdelhak S Senhadji
A healthy and dynamic financial sector is essential to achieving high and sustainable economic growth in the Maghreb region-Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, and Tunisia. Financial integration within the Maghreb region will help deepen financial markets, increase their efficiency, and enhance the resilience of economies to shocks. It can also play a catalyst role for the global financial integration of the Maghreb region. This paper provides an overview of the financial systems, takes stock of the reform effort and highlights the challenges ahead, and examines the prospects for financial integration in the five Maghreb countries.
International Monetary Fund
This Selected Issues paper analyzes the recent developments in the Moroccan economy and its policy challenges over the medium term. It assesses the sustainability of public debt in Morocco. The paper uses the analytical framework for assessing debt sustainability in emerging market countries endorsed by the IMF Executive Board and compares Morocco’s vulnerabilities with those of the average emerging market country. The paper also examines the effects on Morocco’s trade pattern of the ongoing integration with the European Union within the Barcelona process.
Mr. P. van den Boogaerde


Arab financial assistance to developing - particularly Arab - countries rose sharply between 1973 and 1980 but fell gradually through the 1980s, owing mainly to weakening oil prices. As a percent of GNP, however, Arab contributions remain the largest among major donors. This paper surveys the volume and distribution of Arab financing from 1973 to 1989.