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Contract Intensive Money - 2008
Contract Intensive Money (CIM) = (M2 - money outside the banking system)/M2 where M2= Money + Quasi money. Proportion of money supply held by the banking system, sometimes interpreted as a proxy for the rule of law or an indicator of the credibility of financial institutions. See also this article.
Source: International Monetary Fund - International Financial Statistics

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Country Value
Algeria 0.762942221428593
Bahrain 0.954788657035848
Comoros 0.754927400319486
Djibouti 0.876155575855527
Egypt 0.855901983628557
Iraq 0.49924856821782
Jordan 0.86005587765734
Kuwait 0.967755327969677
Lebanon 0.978973835860149
Libya 0.854906475564639
Morocco 0.820992889933938
Oman 0.916541145728216
Qatar 0.962431455666966
Saudi Arabia 0.911474250684686
Sudan 0.704595520904191
Syria 0.702482338023066
Tunisia 0.863636194607995
United Arab Emirates 0.945178033842001