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The Economic Adjustment Programme for Portugal. Second review - Autumn 2011

Author(s): European Commission

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This report by European Commission services assesses compliance with the terms and conditions of the Second Review under the Economic Adjustment Programme.

A joint Commission/ECB/IMF mission met with the Portuguese authorities in Lisbon from 07 November to 16 November 2011. The mission assessed compliance by Portugal with the terms and conditions of the second review under the economic adjustment programme and updated conditionality for the next reviews.
The objectives of the Programme are to restore sound public finances, improve competitiveness and to put Portugal’s economy back on the path of sustainable growth and job creation. This report provides an assessment of compliance and summarises the findings of the mission.

A reassessment of the financing envelope has shown that the Programme projections continue to be valid and that financing is sufficient to cater for the needs of the Portuguese government over the Programme period. The government’s Programme is supported by loans from the European Union amounting to EUR 52 billion and a EUR 26 billion Extended Fund Facility with the IMF.

(European Economy. Occasional Papers 89. December 2011. Brussels. Paper and internet. 149pp. Tab. Ann. )

KC-AH-11-089-EN-N (online)
ISBN 978-92-79-19352-1 (online)
doi: 10.2765/18100 (online)

JEL classification: E61, E62, E66, F16, F32, F34, H1, H2, H5, H6, H7, H8

Occasional Papers are written by the staff of the Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs, or by experts working in association with them. The Papers are intended to increase awareness of the technical work being done by staff and cover a wide spectrum of subjects. Views expressed in unofficial documents do not necessarily reflect the official views of the European Commission.

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