This accompanying document to the Guidelines for Public Debt Management, which the IMF and the World Bank co-published in 2001, contains sample case studies that illustrate how a range of countries from around the world and at different stages of economic and financial development are developing their debt management capacity in a manner consistent with the guidelines. The experience of these countries is discussed in this publication, and should offer some useful and practical suggestions to other countries, as they strive to build their own capacity in public debt management.It also does not conduct ad hoc tenders on days when the banka#39;s Monetary Policy Committee is announcing its interest rate settings. ... the central bank and debt managers in financial markets led to an awkward situation where the ministry of finance was repaying foreign ... Industrial countries have also found ways to deal with the potential conflicts that can arise between central banks and debt managersanbsp;...
|Title||:||Guidelines for Public Debt Management|
|Author||:||International Monetary Fund|
|Publisher||:||International Monetary Fund - 2003-08-04|