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IMF 8h
IMF and the government of Ecuador reach staff-level agreement on economic policies that could be supported by IMF financing. The government’s economic plan is designed to help modernize the economy, create jobs and protect the poor.
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IMF 11h
and IMF Reach Staff-Level Agreement on a US$4.2 Billion Extended Fund Facility.
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IMF Feb 20
Usually is used as an indicator of well-being. But in , Gross National Happiness is regularly measured and guides policymaking.
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IMF Feb 20
Does happiness matter when governments formulate policy? thinks so. Find out how happiness figures into their policymaking.
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IMF Feb 18
Politicians and the financial industry must let banking supervisors do their jobs:
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IMF Feb 18
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IMF Feb 18
Did you know mobile money accounts now surpass bank accounts in Africa? This greater financial inclusion has benefited populations that remain unbanked including the poor, the young, and women.
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IMF Feb 18
Do you know what policy priorities will the IMF be working on to better help its member countries? Find out here ➡️
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IMF Feb 18
Each Maghreb country can identify additional products that it could potentially export to its neighbors. Learn more at:
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IMF Feb 18
Sub-Saharan Africa is the only region in the world where close to 10% of GDP transactions occur through mobile money. This compares with just 7% of GDP in Asia and less than 2% of GDP in other regions.
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IMF Feb 17
The latest report on highlights the improved outlook, following a prolonged period of tepid growth and the 2015 earthquake. The report discusses the policies needed to deliver strong and sustainable medium-term growth.
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IMF Feb 17
A decade after regulatory lapses helped provoke the most painful financial crisis in a century, policymakers must renew their commitment to a vigilant, independent, and accountable supervisory structure.
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IMF Feb 17
Access to traditional banking may be out of reach for most Africans, but a phone has given millions access to mobile money services.
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IMF Feb 17
in Sub-Saharan African Countries: A Game Changer?
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IMF Feb 16
supervisors help keep the financial system strong and stable. Why is their independence vital?
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IMF Feb 16
With the world economy constantly evolving, how is the IMF preparing to better help its member countries? Check out our latest work agenda:
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IMF Feb 16
There is no magic bullet, a holistic approach is needed to help boost access to finance for small and medium-sized enterprises in the Middle East and Central Asia. Read more <link to paper>
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IMF Feb 16
With 100 million people, an economically-integrated would spur investment, boost growth and create jobs:
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IMF Feb 16
New : in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Potential Game Changer.
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IMF Feb 15
Achieving the in Sub-Saharan Africa would require that countries in the region spend an additional 20% of GDP every year until 2030. The IMF discussed how to achieve this with participants at the 7th African Fiscal Forum.
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