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100 1  Asia Dept., International Monetary Fund. Middle East and 
       Central 
245 10 Kyrgyz Republic :|bFifth Review Under the Three-Year 
       Arrangement Under the Extended Credit Facility, and 
       Request for Modification of Performance Criteria 
264  1 Washington :|bInternational Monetary Fund,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (103 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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490 1  IMF Staff Country Reports 
505 0  Cover -- CONTENTS -- RECENT DEVELOPMENTS -- A. Context -- 
       B. Recent Developments -- C. Program Implementation -- D. 
       Medium-Term Outlook and Risks -- POLICY DISCUSSION -- A. 
       Fiscal Policy -- B. Monetary Policy -- C. Financial Sector
       Policies -- D. Structural Policies -- PROGRAM AND OTHER 
       ISSUES -- STAFF APPRAISAL -- BOXES -- 1. Spillovers from 
       Russia -- 2. Infrastructure Projects Over 2013-17 -- 3. 
       2013 FSAP Update Recommendations -- FIGURE -- 1. Recent 
       Economic Developments 2010-13 -- TABLES -- 1. Selected 
       Social and Economic Indicators, 2011-18 -- 2. Balance of 
       Payments, 2011-18 -- 3. NBKR Accounts, 2011-14 -- 4. 
       Monetary Survey, 2011-14 -- 5. General Government Finances,
       2011-15 (in millions of soms) -- 6. General Government 
       Finances, 2011-15 (in percent of GDP) -- 7. State 
       Government Finances, 2011-15 (in millions of soms) -- 8. 
       State Government Finances, 2011-15 (in percent of GDP) -- 
       9. Social Fund Operations, 2011-15 -- 10. General 
       Government Operations, GFSM 2001 Presentation, 2011-15 -- 
       11. Proposed Reviews and Disbursements Under the Three-
       Year Extended Credit Facility Arrangement -- 12. 
       Indicators of Capacity to Repay the Fund, 2013-18 -- 13. 
       Quantitative Performance Criteria and Indicative Targets 
       Under the Extended Credit Facility, June 2012-June 2013 --
       14. Structural Benchmarks under the Extended Credit 
       Facility for 2013-14 -- ANNEX -- I. Debt Sustainability 
       Analysis Update -- APPENDIX -- I. Letter of Intent -- 
       Attachment I. Revised Technical Memorandum of 
       Understanding -- CONTENTS -- RELATIONS WITH THE FUND -- 
       RELATIONS WITH THE WORLD BANK GROUP -- RELATIONS WITH THE 
       ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (ADB) -- RELATIONS WITH THE 
       EUROPEAN BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT (EBRD) --
       TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROVIDED BY THE FUND -- STATISTICAL 
       ISSUES 
520    EXECUTIVE SUMMARYPolitical context. The political 
       environment has been broadly stable, albeit the 
       ongoingdispute with gold company Centerra is creating 
       tensions. In September, the governmentand Centerra signed 
       a memorandum of understanding which stipulated the 
       exchangeof 33 percent of the government's share in 
       Centerra for a 50 percent stake in Kumtor.Parliament, 
       however, asked for further negotiations with a view to 
       increase the Kyrgyzshare in the joint venture. The Kyrgyz 
       parliament approved the legislation to close theManas 
       Transit Center in July 2014.Background. Growth (both 
       overall and nongold) was strong over the first nine 
       monthsof 2013 (9.2 and 6.1 percent, respectively) and 
       inflation has declined steadily. Intensivepublic 
       investment programs and the decline in gold prices are 
       putting temporarypressures on the current account. The 
       loss of nontax revenues related to the closure ofthe Manas
       Transit Center next year is creating headwinds for fiscal 
       consolidation.Nonetheless, the medium-term outlook is 
       broadly favorable, despite the slowdown inthe region. 
       System-wide financial stability indicators have been 
       broadly sound and thecapitalization of Zalkar bank, which 
       was renamed Rosinbank, is underway.Program. The program is
       broadly on track with all end-June 2013 
       quantitativeperformance criteria, and all but one 
       indicative targets met. The end-Septemberstructural 
       benchmark on issuing regulations to expand commitment 
       control to localbudgets and special means was missed. 
       Issuing the regulations is a prior action for thisreview. 
       The authorities are requesting the sixth disbursement (SDR
       9.514 million) tobecome available upon completion of this 
       review 
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650  0 Economic development -- Kyrgyzstan.;Fiscal policy -- 
       Kyrgyzstan.;Monetary policy -- Kyrgyzstan.;Financial 
       institutions -- Kyrgyzstan.;Economic indicators -- 
       Kyrgyzstan 
655  4 Electronic books 
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       Middle East and Central|tKyrgyz Republic : Fifth Review 
       Under the Three-Year Arrangement Under the Extended Credit
       Facility, and Request for Modification of Performance 
       Criteria|dWashington : International Monetary Fund,c2013
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