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Christine Lagarde
Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Also follow .
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The IMF has, for the first time, released gender-disaggregated data in its 2018 Financial Access Survey and will continue to work with countries towards finding solutions for closing the gender financial inclusion gap.
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Empowering women can transform lives and society. It can also strengthen an economy by supporting growth, social inclusion, and economic resilience.
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Christine Lagarde Dec 10
J’ai eu le plaisir de rencontrer une délégation de haut niveau des institutions régionales de la . Nous avons eu une discussion constructive sur les progrès et les défis à venir dans la mise en œuvre de la stratégie régionale visant à restaurer la stabilité macroéconomique
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Christine Lagarde Dec 10
I was pleased to meet with a high-level delegation of ’s regional institutions. We had a constructive discussion on the progress & the challenges ahead in the implementation of the regional strategy to restore macroeconomic stability
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Christine Lagarde Dec 9
It was good to be on the set of CBS this morning with . Progress in US-China trade negotiations would be good for both countries, and the world. More trade means more growth, more investment, more jobs. (Photo: Chris Usher/CBS)
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Christine Lagarde Dec 6
This morning with ’s , I reiterated that I see desire by US and China to work together to reform global trade.
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Christine Lagarde Dec 6
I appreciated the invitation from Josh Bolton, CEO of the Business Roundtable, to participate in the CEO Meeting and have a great conversation with Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Technologies.
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Christine Lagarde Dec 6
I was very pleased to chat with Larry Kudlow, Director of the US National Economic Council, and Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Technologies, at the Business Roundtable Quarterly Meeting in Washington, DC
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Christine Lagarde Dec 5
Walking through the @LibraryofCongress with Librarian Carla Hayden, the poet Edward Young’s quote - inscribed on the walls of LoC - resonated in my mind “They build too low, those who build beneath the stars.”
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Christine Lagarde Dec 4
Moments before delivering the , I was fortunate to visit @LibraryofCongress’s beautiful building with Librarian Carla Hayden. The architects took what worked from the old, from the Palais Garnier—the Paris Opera House—and found a way to adapt it to the new.
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Christine Lagarde Dec 4
At the , I called on countries to channel the spirit of cooperation that helped create the modern international system: work together to put people at the center, be more transparent & accountable, ensure that globalization benefits all.
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Christine Lagarde Dec 3
Raising women’s participation in the workforce can give an even bigger boost to growth than previously thought.
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Christine Lagarde Dec 2
A recent IMF staff study suggests that men’s wages will increase as a result of greater inclusion of women in the labor force, because productivity will increase.
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Christine Lagarde Dec 1
Pleased to meet w/ President . I praised his commitment to strengthen the Argentine economy & protect social spending. Steadfast implementation of their plan is key to pave the way for strong & inclusive growth. IMF will continue to support Argentina’s efforts.
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Christine Lagarde Dec 1
Congratulations to President on his very effective leadership Summit. My message to Leaders: work together and decisively to ensure inclusive growth. Read my full statement here:
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Christine Lagarde Dec 1
My statement on the passing of former U.S. President George H. W. Bush.
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Christine Lagarde Nov 30
I had a great conversation with Prime Minister on how is moving to strengthen economic policies, including by moving decisively on fiscal policy, to reduce debt and improve growth prospects and job creation.
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Christine Lagarde Nov 30
I am pleased to be back in Buenos Aires for the . Looking forward to productive discussions with leaders today.
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Christine Lagarde Nov 30
The uneven playing field between women and men at work has even more substantial economic costs than previously thought and can hinder the economic health of nations. The case for greater gender equity is now even more compelling
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Christine Lagarde Nov 29
I told the ’s Investor Forum that some risks to global economy are beginning to materialize including trade tensions and high debt.
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