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Outstanding Purchases and Loans: Yields on year domestic government debt initially rose by over basis points one of the largest increases among emerging marketsbut later recovered some of the losses as markets began to differentiate between countries with strong economies such as Colombia. Furthermore, infore risks associated with emerging markets and geopolitical tensions have increased since the last Article IV consultation.

Firms in the food industry were particularly affected. Stock at the end of the previous period. Directors emphasized the need to foster more inclusive growth through structural reform. In the short term, these include: Colombian authorities; and Fund staff estimates. The scenarios are all presented relative to the baseline: The solvency ratio of close to 15 percent inflrme well above the regulatory minimum 9 percent and, since Augustit complies with the quality of capital required by Basel III.

The authorities are also planning to create a development fund with the proceeds of the sale of power company Isagen, which would be used to support infrastructure investment. Market activity is dominated by government debt securities TESfollowed by equity issuance, while the non-government fixed income market is small.

It has been demonstrated across countries that capital market development correlates positively with the degree of shareholder protection and good corporate governance. The authorities are increasing their reserve buffers through foreign exchange purchases during periods of abundant external inflows.

At the same time, they agreed that the regional expansion of the Colombian banks brings new challenges for supervision. It is important to address contingent fiscal pressures from the pension and health care systems. In health care, further efforts to contain costs within the current legal framework will also be important.

While infrastructure investment has been substantial in the past, its efficiency has been subpar, resulting in an inadequate road infrastructure. In the event of a shock in the Colombian banking system, this channel could be significant for some Central American countries in particular El Salvador and Panamawhere Colombian banks have gained a significant share of the market. On the fiscal front, one source of risk is that road concessions or other infrastructure projects lead to unforeseen public sector liabilities.


Each of these strategic themes has three areas of results with specified outcomes. Liquidity regulation for non-banking institutions is being evaluated and enacted.

Shocks in the region could also be a source of negative spillovers to Colombia. Sovereign stress re-emerges due to incomplete reforms, unanticipated outcomes from the asset quality review and stress tests in inrorme absence of a fiscal backstop Low Low Use rosd exchange rate and international reserves as shock absorber. The absence of accurate employment information hinders the effective targeting of social benefits to the vulnerable population. Recently, these indicators have improved as the authorities took advantage of strong capital inflows primarily FDI to rebuild their international reserve position.

In addition, the SFC is currently participating in a joint study with the Fund of financial interconnectedness in Central America and among Colombia and Central America. The corporate sector is largely owned and controlled by family groups and conglomerates. Informal work contributes to economic activity, but is less accurately measured, which distorts statistics on actual and potential GDP, and complicates macroeconomic policy analysis.


All language versions and volumes across World Bank Repositories. In a context of inflation converging towards 3 percent, a more colkmbia domestic demand output gap close to zero and rising employment, the BR raised the policy rate by 25 basis points at the end of April It will be important to further reduce non-wage costs and contain the growth of the minimum wage to fight informality.

Considering that oil and mineralrevenues and interest payments are projected to decline by 0. On March 9,Colombia held congressional elections, in which the ruling coalition maintained a working majority in Congress, although the opposition increased its representation.

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colombiq Some 17 percent of informal workers reported having tertiary education. Over 65 percent of informal workers in were in full working age between 25 and 55 years old. Implementation of Past Fund Recommendations.


Adjusts non-commodity revenues for the output gap and commodity revenues for differentials between estimated equilibrium oil price and production levels. The main finding is that, even in a very adverse scenario much more pessimistic than that assumed by the government the adjustment would be at most 2 to 2. Financial Soundness Indicators In percent, unless otherwise indicated; end-of-period values.

Informality in Colombia Informal work in Colombia has been declining in recent years, but remains stubbornly high. The equity market is concentrated in a small number of issuers.

In addition, the substantial foreign investment of recent years and the incorporation of new technologies have allowed the industry to attain a high reserve replacement rate of about percent for Ecopetrol in the last 5 yearswith the trend likely to continue.

In addition, informality is tightly linked to inequality, although the direction of causality and the precise channels of impact are less well understood.

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Near-Term Policy Stance Addressing the infrastructure deficit is key. The domestic government bond TES market was the most affected asset class during the market turbulence. In addition, increased risk premia also reduce growth in Colombian trading partners, lowering the demand for Colombian exports. Staff reviewed the audit results and discussed these with PwC.

The participation of foreign investors is higher in the equity market at about 20 percent of the average market volume in The program of interest subsidies on new mortgages granted to over 5, low income families since has been extended into and will cover up to 5 percentage points of the agreed interest rate for a 7-year period.

Informe Colombia – FMI

The objective of the BR is to achieve efficient monetary policy normalization by means of a timely and gradual adjustment of the policy stance. However, an action plan currently being implemented by the authorities is aimed to address this issue. Colombia has a broad financial system, dominated by complex conglomerates. Colombbia volumes remained broadly stable, while bid-ask spreads increased slightly.