Yi Xiong

International Monetary Fund (IMF)

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Scholarly Papers (2)

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Natural Gas, Public Investment and Debt Sustainability in Mozambique

IMF Working Paper No. 13/261
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 11 Apr 2014
Giovanni Melina and Yi Xiong
International Monetary Fund (IMF) and International Monetary Fund (IMF)
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Natural gas sector, Mozambique, Public investment, Debt sustainability, Economic models, Natural resources, Debt sustainability, Public investment, Mozambique, DIGNAR, budget constraint, public debt, fiscal revenue, government expenditure, fiscal adjustment, tax rates, capital expenditure, fiscal gap, government spending, public investment spending, fiscal regime, foreign debt, fiscal rules, fiscal analysis, capital expenditures, fiscal consequences, fiscal instruments, fiscal policy, public investment expenditures, fiscal revenues, fiscal policy adjustments, government budget constraint, tax increases, public spending, tax changes, national accounts, fiscal sustainability, fiscal affairs de

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Natural Gas, Public Investment and Debt Sustainability in Mozambique

IMF Working Paper No. 13/259
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 09 Jan 2014
Jose de Gregorio and Yi Xiong
Central Bank of Chile and International Monetary Fund (IMF)
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Natural gas sector, Mozambique, Public investment, Debt sustainability, Economic models, Natural resources, Debt sustainability, Public investment, Mozambique, DIGNAR, budget constraint, public debt, fiscal revenue, government expenditure, fiscal adjustment, tax rates, capital expenditure, fiscal gap, government spending, public investment spending, fiscal regime, foreign debt, fiscal rules, fiscal analysis, capital expenditures, fiscal consequences, fiscal instruments, fiscal policy, public investment expenditures, fiscal revenues, fiscal policy adjustments, government budget constraint, tax increases, public spending, tax changes, national accounts, fiscal sustainability, fiscal affairs de