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Croatia Doesn’t Need IMF Deal in 2014, Linic Says

Croatia plans to go through next year without aid from the International Monetary Fund, Finance Minister

Arab oil exporters may see budget gap in 2016, need faster cuts - IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) logo is seen at the IMF headquarters building during the 2013 Spring

IMF Urges Thailand To Replace Rice Scheme With Targeted Cash Transfers

The International Monetary Fund on Monday urged Thailand to replace the government's rice pledging

Composite leading indicators continue to signal improvements in growth in most major OECD economies

Composite leading indicators (CLIs), designed to anticipate turning points in economic activity relative to trend,

IMF Making Progress With Argentina After Censure, Lagarde Says

The International Monetary Fund is making “positive progress” and has received “good cooperation” from

Troika says Cyprus reforms on track, jobless stunt growth

International lenders to debt-shackled Cyprus said on Thursday the island was making good progress in meeting the terms of its

Cyprus says it has successfully completed bailout review

Cyprus said on Thursday it had successfully completed a second review of its economy by international lenders,

IMF cheers ECB rate cut, sees slack in euro zone

The International Monetary Fund welcomed the decision by the European Central Bank to cut interest rates on Thursday, saying the move

OECD annual inflation slows to 1.5% in September 2013

Consumer prices in the OECD area rose by 1.5% in the year to September 2013 compared with 1.7% in the year to

Croatia May Turn to IMF as Debt Grows ‘Risky,’ Linic Says

Croatia may seek assistance from the International Monetary Fund as next year’s borrowing needs become

OECD report measures human cost of crisis; underlines need to invest in well-being

The global economic crisis has had a profound impact on people’s well-being, reaching far beyond the loss of jobs and income, and

IMF Official Tells Germany to Set Firm Current Account Target -- Report

A top official at the International Monetary Fund has urged the German government to set "a firm target" to bring

Lenders should set aside post-bailout funds for Ireland, says IMF official

Ireland's lenders should set some money aside for when the country exits its bailout, which it should do step

IMF Urges Germany To Be Mindful Of Global Interests

The International Monetary Fund has urged Germany to keep in mind the interests of the international

Japan needs to do more to cement its economic successes - IMF

Japan's economy is growing again and there are some signs that deflation is coming to an end but the country needs to take

China Slowdown May Hurt Resource-Rich Angola, Congo: IMF

Angola, South Africa, the Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea and the Democratic Republic of Congo are

IMF Asia-Pacific Chief Says Tighter Global Funding Could Impact Asia

A faster-than-expected tightening of global funding conditions could substantially affect Asia, International Monetary

China’s Growth: Why Less is More

Less growth in China today will mean higher income in the future. So rather than worry, we should welcome

Cyprus lenders eye banks overhaul, state selloffs in review

International lenders began a second inspection visit to Cyprus on Tuesday to assess progress in economic

Egypt's central bank governor criticises IMF

Egypt's central bank governor has criticized the International Monetary Fund for acting in a "totally
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