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IMF

Japan's Aso says G20 clarified, not changed, its stance on FX
World

Japan's Aso says G20 clarified, not changed, its stance on FX

  • "We clarified in written form the G20 nations' thinking on currency rates. It's a clarification, not a change, in our stance," Aso told reporters on Wednesday.
  • Aso was speaking after attending a virtual meeting of leaders from the G20 major economies, held on the sidelines of IMF/World Bank spring meetings.
Published 07 Apr, 2021 08:20pm
IMF says more vaccine spending is fastest way to shore up public finances
World

IMF says more vaccine spending is fastest way to shore up public finances

  • The IMF said in its 2021 Fiscal Monitor report that if faster global vaccinations bring the virus under control sooner, more than $1 trillion in additional global tax revenue could be collected through 2025 in advanced economies.
  • "Vaccination will, thus, more than pay for itself, providing excellent value for public money invested in ramping up global vaccine production and distribution," the IMF said in the report.
Published 07 Apr, 2021 06:54pm