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Synonyms for IMF

a United Nations agency to promote trade by increasing the exchange stability of the major currencies

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Based on the preliminary findings of this mission, staff will prepare a report that, subject to management approval, will be presented to the IMF Executive Board for discussion and decision.
Pakistan and the IMF are holding first post-programme monitoring talks under which the fund is assessing Pakistan's ability to pay back its loans and meet medium-term challenges to the country's economic viability.
The last mission-level team of IMF had visited in late 2013, and the current visit took place after a gap of over three years, which reflected improved security conditions as well as the economic performance of the country and growing trust of the international community.
We do not currently see IMF as a format in the production process upstream from distribution," says Schleifer, "but rather as a deliverable for the final product.
And when crises do develop, IMF adjustment programs reduce their severity and limit contagion to other countries, helping to preserve global growth.
The upcoming session of IMF Executive Board will be held on 28th September in which the board likely to grant the last tranche of $102 million of the IMF bailout package to Pakistan.
In fact, it would have been better to let the IMF pull out, for two reasons.
The major corruption scandals of December 2013 lifted the curtain on the real motives that have been driving Erdoy-an's policies vis-a-vis the IMF or any other international or regional organizations such as the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the European Union, respectively, that were tasked with monitoring Turkey's finances and economic policies as part of the Turkish state's contractual obligations.
The IMF supporters claim that it is a necessary lender of last resort for countries in financial crisis and that it can impose necessary or difficult reforms on backward economies.
By now, the G-20's IMF reform package has long since received legislative approval in practically all of the IMF's member countries.
Greece owes more than that to the IMF and other creditors in the months to come.
Earlier, during a lecture at Lady Sri Ram College, Lagarde too pitched for a greater say of emerging countries like India at the IMF but said that the US is not ratifying the quota reforms.
The auditor found that IMF staff sometimes exercised self-censorship to avoid candid messages about risks to advanced economies - in contrast to their advice to smaller, poorer nations.
Congressional interest in IMF activities has increased since the onset of the financial crisis in 2008.
ISLAMABAD -- In context to the few issues that were recently raised between International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Pakistan's government, IMF team will visit Pakistan in the end of January.