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Country Report Bahamas 3rd Quarter

  • ID: 2196298
  • July 2014
  • Region: Bahamas
  • The Economist Intelligence Unit

Despite some policy U-turns, continuing public support and an overwhelming majority in the legislature will support the government's ability to advance its policy agenda in 2014-15.

A weak fiscal position and rising debt burden, low demand for tourism, a soft jobs market and crime represent the main policy challenges.

The fiscal deficit is estimated to have remained wide in 2013/14, at 5.4% of GDP. The Economist Intelligence Unit assumes that there will be some fiscal consolidation in the medium term.

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Country Report Bahamas 3rd Quarter

Summary
Outlook for 2014-15
Review

Basic data
Land area
Population
Main town
Climate
Weather in Nassau (altitude 4 metres)
Language
Measures
Currency
Fiscal year
Time
Public holidays

Political structure
Official name
Form of state
Head of state
The executive
National legislature
Legal system
National elections
National government
Main political organisations
Key ministers
Ministers of state
Governor of the Central Bank

Economic structure: Annual indicators

Economic structure: Quarterly indicators

Outlook for 2014-15: Political stability

Outlook for 2014-15: Election watch

Outlook for 2014-15: International relations

Outlook for 2014-15: Policy trends

Outlook for 2014-15: Fiscal policy

Outlook for 2014-15: Monetary policy

Outlook for 2014-15: International assumptions

Outlook for 2014-15: Economic growth

Outlook for 2014-15: Inflation

Outlook for 2014-15: Exchange rates

Outlook for 2014-15: External sector

Outlook for 2014-15: Forecast summary

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