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Dr. Kelly Henning Apr 19
As articulated this morning at , noncommunicable diseases impose heavy costs in health care and lost productivity. More than 75% of NCD deaths are in low- and middle-income countries and about half of those deaths are people under 70.
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Lesetja Kganyago Apr 20
Today I will be chairing my first session of the IMFC. The session will focus on global development & prospects. The escalating trade tensions threaten growth momentum.
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Christine Lagarde Apr 19
Three priorities for the Global Economy: steer clear of protectionism, guard against fiscal and financial risk, foster growth that benefits everyone.
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Christine Lagarde Apr 10
Governments should steer clear of protectionism in all forms because these restrictions hurt everyone. They also need to tackle rising debt burdens, with global debt at an all-time high of $164 trillion.
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Philip Hammond Apr 19
I’m flying to Washington DC now for the with our international partners, where we will be discussing the hi-tech global economy of the future.
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Christine Lagarde Apr 10
We can paint a new economic landscape—where open trade is fairer and more collaborative; where financial systems are safer and more supportive of economic growth; and where the digital revolution benefits not just the fortunate few but all.
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Martin Ganda Apr 21
Great catching up with Entrepreneur, Developmental economist and first black governor of 🇿🇦 Reserve Bank‚
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Mehmet Simsek Apr 21
Had many bilateral meetings and chats with colleagues at the margins of the .
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David Biller Apr 24
Hard for me to square hearing 's Finance Minister say over and over at how bad protectionism is, then get slapped with a **50%** import tax upon my return.
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Christine Lagarde Oct 15
Selfie moment: fond farewell to the IMF Media Fellows after a good week in Washington D.C.
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Christine Lagarde Oct 17
We just finished the 2017 and 2018 prep is already in full swing. Thanks Indonesia for hosting us next year - see you soon!
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Christine Lagarde Feb 26
President and I are moving ahead to have a successful IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings in Bali in October.
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Martin Ganda Apr 20
catching up with Minister of Finance at the IMF Spring meetings
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Mohamed Siad Doualeh Apr 19
Government is tirelessly working to provide a high quality school system. It requires a system that gives children educational opportunities to deliver their full potential.
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Christine Lagarde Apr 19
Our top messages: use the current growth momentum for much-needed policy actions and reforms. The window of opportunity is open – let’s fix the roof while the sun is still shining.
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Valdis Dombrovskis Apr 21
Touching base with during . We agree on the importance of upholding the multilateral approach to international cooperation.
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Christine Lagarde Apr 19
To sustain the upswing, policy makers need to enhance financial sector resilience, start rebuilding policy space, and implement structural reforms. Read the Global Policy Update:
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Capacity Development Apr 21
We’re joining forces with 🇪🇺 for a higher impact on sound economic governance in Southeast Europe, ’s Neighborhood East & Enlargement countries
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Christine Lagarde Apr 18
How can we sustain the current global upswing in the face of rising risks? How can we foster long-term growth that benefits all? These are the issues that Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors will discuss this week at the . Join us!
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Mário Centeno Apr 19
We are in a good position to finalise the programme with in August. A successful exit is well within reach. Everyone wants Greece being able to stand on its own feet. Interview with
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