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IMF

Editorials

Widening trade deficit

EDITORIAL: It ought to be a matter of some concern that everybody in the government is harping on about exports...
Published 09 May, 2021 03:20am
IMF staff discussed Tunisia loan request, economic reforms
World

IMF staff discussed Tunisia loan request, economic reforms

  • "Of course we stand ready to support Tunisia and the Tunisian people, to cope with the impact of the crisis and move forward to an inclusive job-rich recovery and restore sustainable finances," Rice told a regular news briefing.
Published 06 May, 2021 08:05pm
IMF to revisit growth forecast for India due to surge in COVID-19 cases
World

IMF to revisit growth forecast for India due to surge in COVID-19 cases

  • The IMF will revisit that forecast when it issued a fresh World Economic Outlook in July, IMF spokesman Gerry Rice told reporters at a regular briefing, but gave no further details.
  • "We're all watching what is happening in India with concern," Rice said. "There will be spillovers ... contingent on how deep and how long the severity of this crisis continues."
Published 06 May, 2021 08:02pm
Opinion

The cycle of futility

Since the return to democracy in 2008, and faced with a shattered economy (starting with Musharraf’s inglorious...
Published 06 May, 2021 03:49am
Govt seeks easing of conditions
Print

Govt seeks easing of conditions

  • He also spelled out his plan as the finance minister to negotiate with the IMF and how he wanted to achieve growth, and stated that the PSDP allocation would be fully utilised.
Published 06 May, 2021 03:49am