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Interview with John Lipsky: ‘Hopeful that US Fed will make sure no one is surprised with rate hike’

“For Asia, the process of China’s liberalisation is very important,” says John Lipsky.

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Ageing woods

In the long run, holding out against IMF quota reforms does not serve US interests.

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‘Substantial market volatility likely after US Fed hikes rate’

“Emerging markets need to prepare in advance to deal with this uncertainty,” she said.

India seeks swift quota reforms; Lagarde says, US not ratifying

The issue was raised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and finance minister Arun Jaitley at their meetings with Lagarde.

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India better prepared for external financial shocks, says IMF ahead of US Fed announcement

Last week, the IMF said in an annual report that India’s economy is recovering.

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Lankan Finance Minister meets top officials of WB, IMF

IMF Asia and Pacific Department Director Changyong Rhee will also join the mission to meet with senior officials.

G20 plan for binding national investment targets to face stiff opposition

The meet comes as Greece casts a new shadow over Europe while cheap oil plays havoc with inflation.

Despite surge in markets, India Inc’s growth languishes

The quarter remained weak in terms of revenue growth for companies across various sectors.

China growth at 24-year low; India to overtake: IMF

Fourth-quarter growth held steady at 7.3 percent from a year earlier, slightly better than expectations.

View from the right: No concept

From one law to another is not a reform unless one is clear about the objective.

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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.

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

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

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.

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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