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The unifying theme of the public
expenditure review is the growth and poverty focus of public
expenditures, evolving around the question of how effective
public expenditures are in addressing Maldives'
overriding objective of reducing regional disparities and
income poverty, particularly in the outer atolls. Since
macroeconomic stability is a key prerequisite for sustained
high economic growth and poverty reduction, the soundness of
The people of the Maldives have made
substantial progress over the past two decades, as reflected
in rising incomes and improving social indicators. This
report provides an update on this progress, with an
integrative analysis of the Maldivian economy, including
recent economic developments, macroeconomic policies, and
prospects for growth and poverty reduction. In seeking to
become an upper middle income country, the Government of