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IMF lauds WTO decisions on trade facilitation agreement, food security

The historic TFA would now need to be ratified by governments of individual member countries.


US urges IMF to cancel some debt of Ebola-hit countries

Ebola has killed around 5,000, according to the World Health Organisation.

Read more: Ebola, G20, IMF

IMF says global economy at risk, calls for bold action

The Fund this week cut its 2014 global growth forecast to 3.3 per cent from 3.4 per cent.

‘Hope investors will choose robust EMEs like India’

Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan on issues including the proposed new monetary policy framework.


World Bank isn’t telling it like it is

It is better to show higher world poverty by raising the poverty line than to distort history by using obsolete and questionable data


IMF: Investors may lose $3.8 tn on ‘flare-ups’

Urges US Fed to carry out steps in smooth manner.

IMF revises 2014 growth forecast upwards to 5.6%

With economic activity buoyed by expectations from the new elected government , “India is benefiting from a ‘Modi dividend’,” the Bank said on Monday.

Global officials to issue communique warning of economic risk

The World Bank also was encouraged to increase private investment opportunities in nations falling into conflict.


Top ten reasons for inflation decline

A resurgence in inflation is a low probability event. Given low GDP growth, why is the RBI acting so coy about cutting repo rates?

IMF’s Lagarde put under investigation in French fraud case

Allegations relate to an arbitration award to a supporter of ex-president nicholas sarkozy.


IMF chief Lagarde under investigation for corruption charges in France

Lagarde said she was returning to her work in Washington later in the day and said the decision was “without basis.”


The barefoot government

A government shorn of Western educated ministers could change the status quo.


‘Global economic momentum could be less robust than expected’

The measures to sustain demand, despite the best intentions of central banks, are finding their limit.

Shadow of doubt

It is imperative for the IMF to address the perception that it is not evenhanded in its approach.

IMF finds Pakistan economy on growth track, to meet reform targets

An area of concern, however, remains the high core and headline inflation.

Read more: GDP, IMF, Pakistan economy