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Part I. A Framework for Sequencing Reforms I Overview 3 II The Growing Reliance on Money Market Operations for Monetary Policy 4 III Lessons from Country Experiences 7 IV Implications for Policy Design and Coordination I I V Agenda for Action to Enhance Monetary Policy Effectiveness 15 VI Sequencing Reforms 19 VII Implications for Fund Operations 24 Part II. Selected Country Experiences with Money Market Operations VIII Case Studies 29 Democratic Republic of the Congo 30 Eastern Caribbean Currency Union 35 Egypt 39 The Gambia 42 Kyrgyz Republic 48 Malta 52 Tonga 57 Tunisia 61 Uganda 67 Ukraine 71 Vanuatu 76 Zambia 81 Appendixes I Channels of Transmission of Monetary Policy 85 II Eligible Assets: European Central Bank and Banque de France 88 III Enhancing Liquidity Management and Forecasting 91 IV Cross-Country Experiences with a Liquidity Surplus 93 V Selected Country Experiences with Interbank Market Development 94