The International Monetary Fund (IMF) appreciated the government's efforts to stabilize the macro-economy and restrain inflation. According to IMF, the country has modest geographical balance policies to deal with external shocks; therefore it attempts to rebuild reserve sources inside and outside the nation. The nation's economic growth is likely to be presently assisted by the export sector of foreign direct investment (FDI) firms, while domestic enterprises are likely to improve further. The nation's budget revenue deficit, chiefly the deficit of value added tax (VAT) and corporate income tax, is expected to record 1.75% of gross domestic product (GDP) GDP this year.
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