EU Member States prepare annual stability or convergence programmes under the terms of the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP). Member States, such as Ireland, which have adopted the euro prepare stability programmes, while those not having adopted it prepare convergence programmes.
This is the fourth report to be made under the provisions of the Bretton Woods Agreements (Amendment) Act, 1999. The report sets out Ireland’s involvement with the Bretton Woods Institutions during 2002.
The section below sets out in broad terms the roles of the institutions themselves. Ireland’s participation is dealt with in Section III.
Address by Taoiseach, Mr. Bertie Ahern TD, to the Plenary Session of the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa on 3 September 2002.
With regard to surveillance, an IMF staff team visited Ireland in May 2002 and the Executive Board discussed the Article IV Report in July.
'The Importance of Public Sector Pay Policy'
Department of Finance Dublin October 2003 Foreword In line with the conclusions of the Cardiff European Council (1998), each EU Member State prepares an annual report on the liberalisation of product and capital markets. The purpose of the report is to review progress in the past year on the implementation of structural reform in so far as it relates to product and capital markets. Structural
Leirionn and doiciméad Frámaiochta seo an fhreagairt don tiomantas atá in 'Ag Coinneáil an Dul Chun Cinn', freagairt a cumadh tar éis dul i gcomhairle leis na Ceardchumainn agus leis na Ranna agus na hOifigi go léir...
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