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Summary Balance of Payments. This improvement in the fiscal balance would allow the public debt-to-GDP ratio to fall to 29 percent of GDP by from 35 percent at end Female informal workers comprised a slightly larger share 53 percent than males.

Common benchmarks for the NRPB are those that maintain net public wealth constant as cloombia percent of non-resource Rocs, in real per capita terms, or in real terms. The rise in savings helped financed a significant increase in investment. Informal workers are more likely to find themselves in precarious job situations.

Similarly, the profit growth after was, on average, 7 percent lower for those industries that faced higher competition from Chinese imports.

Data provision is adequate for surveillance. As the ongoing economic recovery takes hold, monetary and fiscal policies are expected to shift to a more neutral stance. A significant share of the acquisitions was funded through debt issuance, implying some risk for the acquiring entities.

On the fiscal front, one source of risk is that road concessions or other infrastructure projects lead to unforeseen rpsc sector liabilities. In inflation held in the lower bound of the target range; fiscal targets were met; the current account deficit remained relatively low and 1 Colombian exports to China accounted for roughly 9 percent of total exports in and 24 percent of total Colombian exports were sold in to countries with significant trade links with China excluding the US.


Concentration of lending continues to expose banks to corporate credit risk. In both cases, prices recovered their losses in subsequent months. Despite its strong fundamentals, Colombia did not escape this general trend. Given well-anchored inflation expectations, inflation is cllombia to remain well within the target range throughout the forecast period.

Informe Colombia – FMI

Based on information available at the time of these discussions, the staff report was completed on May 2, Using these higher oil wealth assumptions leads to a much lower estimate of the current account norm. The main implications of the rebasing are that the and series are not comparable and the chain index is associated with non-additivity of the components. Only about a third about 7 million of the employed population about 21 million contributes to a pension regime, with 4.

Related publications Share Embed Add to favorites Comments. The authorities agree with staff that although the outlook is favorable, as other emerging markets EMs Colombia is also subject to a variety of shocks. To assess these effects, staff has developed a model of year government bond TES yields and a macroeconomic model to analyze the broader impact on the economy.

They emphasized that continued efforts to enhance productivity is crucial to raise competitiveness. More importantly, job creation has been mainly in the formal sector bolstered by the tax reform which significantly reduced labor costs representing an enormous change in the Colombian labor market.

Directors emphasized the need to foster more inclusive growth through structural reform.

Treasury yields translates into an increase of 91 to basis points in year TES yields after six months. The decline in TES prices triggered redemptions in money market funds, which must mark to market their holdings of TES, during June-August, raising concerns about liquidity risks for colombiq entities.


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Ininflation is projected to rise gradually, as the temporary factors that held it down in filter out. The financial system is expected to continue deepening, and the participation of nonresidents in both the local government debt market and the equity market is also projected to rise in the near term.

It has been demonstrated across countries that capital market development correlates positively with the degree of shareholder protection and good corporate governance.

The external position of the economy is strong, and international reserves appear adequate for precautionary purposes. Investment was undertaken primarily by the private sector, and directed mainly to oil and mining, electricity, infotme, and the financial sector.

The financial system remained stable.

The investor base comprises mainly domestic participants, primarily banks, trust companies and pension funds. Financial soundness indicators remain robust Table 7.

Economic policies supported growth in Inthe share of persons employed in the informal sector in total non-agricultural employment was almost 60 percent.

The authorities are also taking advantage of abundant foreign inflows, primarily foreign direct investment, to strengthen their international reserve buffer.

Staff welcomed these initiatives. A simulation exercise developed by staff3 suggests that lending from international banks including those operating in Colombia to Colombian borrowers could decline by up to 6.

On the supply side, output growth was broad-based, with strong gains in. Staff recommended the authorities to remove exceptions to large exposure limits and further simplify the number of separate limits in place, and require banks to hold more capital to reflect concentration risk in line with enhanced supervisory expectations.