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Annual Report 2003 Bank van de Nederlandse Antillen. Willemstad, July 5, 2004. Developments in the real sector. Macro-economic key figures main trading partners. Further strengthening US economy. Further deterioration Dutch and Venezuelan economies. A regional perspective (2002).

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Annual report 2003 bank van de nederlandse antillen

Annual Report 2003Bank van de Nederlandse Antillen

Willemstad, July 5, 2004



Macro economic key figures main trading partners
Macro-economic key figures main trading partners

  • Further strengthening US economy.

  • Further deterioration Dutch and Venezuelan economies.

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Annual report 2003 bank van de nederlandse antillen

A regional perspective(2002)

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Economic development netherlands antilles
Economic developmentNetherlands Antilles

  • Real growth GDP increased from 0.4% in 2002 to 1.4 % in 2003.

  • Inflation increased from 0.4% in 2002 to 1.9% in 2003.

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Main developments in 2003
Main developments in 2003

  • Continuation economic recovery:

    • Growth export

    • Higher consumption (private and government)

  • Export growth due to:

    • Further growth in tourism.

    • Favorable performance transportation sector. Decline in private investment.

  • Decline in activities international financial and business services sector.

  • Increase in unemployment rate.

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Main developments in 2003 cont
Main developments in 2003 (cont.)

  • Increase in inflation:

    • Increase utility prices due to higher oil prices

    • Appreciation euro

    • Higher inflation main trading partners USA and Venezuela

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Labor market of the netherlands antilles
Labor market of the Netherlands Antilles

  • Increase in unemployment rate because labor force grew stronger than employment.

  • Increase in labor force due to higher migration to the islands and legalization illegal aliens.

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Public sector developments
Public sector developments

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Annual report 2003 bank van de nederlandse antillen

Budgetary developmentGeneral Government(Cash basis; NAf mln)

  • Higher expenditures due to goods & services, interest payments and capital transfers.

  • Higher revenues due to transfer dividend tax by Dutch government and dividends government-owned companies.

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Annual report 2003 bank van de nederlandse antillen

Overview cash operations General Government(Cash basis; NAf mln.)

  • Cash deficit first quarter 2004 amounts to NAf 51 million.

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Composition of revenues general government
Composition of revenuesGeneral Government

Share taxes on goods & services almost doubled due to introduction sales tax.

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Composition of expenditures general government
Composition of expendituresGeneral Government

Decline share personnel costs due to lay-offs

Increase share interest payments due to rising debt

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Budgetary development central government cash basis naf mln
Budgetary developmentCentral government(Cash basis; NAf mln.)

  • Higher expenditures due to goods & services, transfers to other levels of government and capital transfers.

  • Higher revenues due to transfer dividend tax by Dutch government.

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Budgetary development curacao naf mln
Budgetary developmentCuracao(NAf mln.)

  • Higher revenues due mainly to share in transfer dividend tax by Dutch government and dividend government-owned companies.

  • Higher expenditures due mainly to goods & services and personnel costs (pension premiums).

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Development in total public debt naf mln
Development in total public debt(NAf mln.)

  • Total debt 4.4 billion

  • 90% of GDP

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Development in total public debt cont naf mln
Development in total public debt (cont.)(NAf mln.)

  • Share domestic component of 82% in 2003.

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Development in interest payments naf mln
Development in interest payments(NAf mln.)

  • Interest payments amounted to NAf 252 million in 2003 (24% of tax revenues and 17% of expenditures).

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Net borrowing of the governments
Net borrowing of the governments

Note: 2003 central government excluding debt conversion SVB (NAf. 342 million)

  • Net borrowing up to June 30, 2004: NAf 197 million

  • Central government NAf 113 million

  • Curacao NAf 84 million

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Government bonds maturity schedule as per june 30 2004
Government bonds maturity scheduleAs per June 30, 2004

  • Average annual maturity 2004-2011: NAf 221 million

  • Central government NAf 142 million

  • Curacao NAf 79 million

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The external sector
The external sector

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Annual report 2003 bank van de nederlandse antillen

Balance of payments

Transaction basis (NAf mln.)

  • Balance of payments surplus of NAf 35 million in 2004-I.

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Current account balance naf mln
Current account balance(NAf mln.)

  • Small surplus in 2003 due mainly to higher earnings from bunker sales and tourism.

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Foreign exchange revenues from services naf mln
Foreign exchange revenues from services(NAf mln.)

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Tourism revenues by island cash basis naf mln
Tourism revenues by islandCash basis (NAf mln.)

  • Shares in 2003:

  • St. Maarten 62%

  • Curacao 34%

  • Bonaire 4%

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Foreign exchange contribution international financial and business services sector naf mln
Foreign exchange contribution international financial and business services sector(NAf mln.)

  • Higher profit tax in 2003 due to transfer of dividend tax by the Netherlands (NAf. 54 million).

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Composition current foreign exchange revenues
Composition current business services sectorforeign exchange revenues

2003

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Development in international reserves 1
Development in international reserves (1) business services sector

  • Import coverage on June 25, 2004: 2.7 months.

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Monetary
Monetary business services sector

developments

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Development in the money supply naf mln
Development in the money supply business services sector(NAf mln.)

  • Money supply increased by 8% in 2003 (NDA 8% and NFA 9%)

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Changes in domestic demand for money by sector naf mln
Changes in domestic demand for money business services sectorby sector(NAf mln.)

  • Monetary expansion by the government and the private sector slowed in 2003.

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Development in credit extension leeward islands
Development in credit extension business services sectorLeeward Islands

Total

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Development in credit extension windward islands
Development in credit extension business services sectorWindward Islands

Total

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Development in domestic interest rates
Development in domestic interest rates business services sector

  • Commercial bank rates continued to decline.

  • Government bond yield started to increase again.

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The financial sector
The financial sector business services sector

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Macro prudential indicators
Macro-prudential indicators business services sector

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Balance sheet development domestic banks naf mln
Balance sheet development domestic banks business services sector(NAf mln.)

  • Assets increased by 4.8% in 2003:

  • Increase in lending.

  • Increase in cash holdings.

  • Increase in assets funded primarily by savings and time deposits.

  • Capitalization remained adequate.

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P l development domestic banks naf mln
P & L development domestic banks business services sector(NAf mln.)

  • Higher operational income in 2003 due to “other income.”

  • Slight decline in expenditures.

  • Net operating income before taxes improved to NAf 95.3 million.

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Balance sheet development international banks naf bln
Balance sheet development business services sectorinternational banks(NAf bln.)

  • Assets decreased by 5.4% in 2003 due to decline in loans.

  • Borrowings comprised 55% of total funding.

  • Capitalization above international standard of 8%.

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Institutional investors
Institutional investors business services sector

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Solvency insurance sector naf mln
Solvency insurance sector business services sector(NAf mln.)

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Balance sheet domestic life insurance sector naf mln
Balance sheet domestic life insurance sector business services sector(NAf mln.)

  • Total assets increased by 8.3% in 2002.

  • 74% of total assets comprises investments.

  • Equity position three and a half times more than required.

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Balance sheet domestic nonlife insurance sector naf mln
Balance sheet business services sectordomestic nonlife insurance sector(NAf mln.)

  • Total assets increased by 75.6% in 2002 reaching pre-1999 levels.

  • 47% of total assets was invested.

  • Capitalization increased and remained well above the required solvency margin.

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Net income domestic insurance companies before taxes naf mln
Net income domestic insurance companies business services sectorBefore taxes (NAf mln.)

  • Net result life insurance industry declined to NAf 14.0 million (14.1%) in 2002 due mainly to higher net benefits paid.

  • Net result nonlife insurance industry back to normal levels; 2001 was exceptional due to:

  • low net claims incurred

  • high underwriting profit

  • high net investment income

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The end
The End business services sector

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