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WASHINGTON: Ethiopia will receive US$2.9bil in a three-year aid package to help economic reform, the International Monetary Fund has confirmed.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - The acting managing director for the International Monetary Fund said he held a "constructive" meeting with Argentine President Mauricio Macri and other senior officials in New York on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON: Pakistan needs to mobilise domestic tax revenue to ensure funds for social and development programs, while reducing debt, the acting director of the International Monetary Fund said on Sunday after a meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The nomination of Christine Lagarde as European Central Bank president on Tuesday has thrust the International Monetary Fund into an early, unanticipated search for a new leader amid a raging trade war that has darkened the outlook for global growth.
TORONTO (Reuters) - It will take years for the full effects of reforms to be seen in Ukraine, where the government is trying to cast off Soviet-era institutions while clamping down on corruption, Finance Minister Oksana Markarova said on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON: The six-month delay of Britain's exit from the European Union avoids the "terrible outcome" of a "no-deal" Brexit that would further pressure a slowing global economy but does nothing to lift uncertainty over the final outcome, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday.
CAIRO: Egypt raised gasoline prices by up to 50 percent, the oil ministry said on Saturday, under an IMF reform plan that calls for the slashing of state subsidies on some consumer products.
KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's prime minister, Volodymyr Groysman, said on Saturday the government was reviewing the way it sets domestic gas bills to make sure market prices are taken into account - a bid to answer demands under a $17.5-billion IMF aid programme.
TOKYO: The International Monetary Fund urged Japan to avoid withdrawing fiscal policy stimulus and said monetary policy should be loosened further if risks to the economy materialise, warning of weak consumption that remains vulnerable to external shocks.
WASHINGTON: International Monetary Fund (IMF) first deputy managing director David Lipton welcomed the Bank of Japan’s (BoJ) new policy framework as a boost to its credibility, but called for more vigorous fiscal and structural policies to reflate a fragile economic recovery.