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Sovereign Cocos

April 29, 2022
Working Paper No. 2022/078  click for more

Monetary Policy Transmission and Policy Coordination in China

April 29, 2022
Working Paper No. 2022/074  click for more

High Performance Export Portfolio: Design Growth-Enhancing Export Structure with Machine Learning

April 29, 2022
Working Paper No. 2022/075  click for more

Corporate Vulnerabilities in the Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan in the Wake of COVID-19 Pandemic

April 29, 2022
Working Paper No. 2022/071  click for more

Public Debt and Real GDP: Revisiting the Impact

April 29, 2022
Working Paper No. 2022/076  click for more

Shocks to Inflation Expectations

April 29, 2022
Working Paper No. 2022/072  click for more

India’s Banks: Lending to Productive Firms?

April 29, 2022
Working Paper No. 2022/073  click for more

Press Briefing Regional Economic Outlook Sub- Saharan Africa

April 29, 2022
Regional Economic Outlook Sub- Saharan Africa  click for more

IMF Executive Board Approves New Two-Year US$9.8 Billion Flexible Credit Line Arrangement for Colombia

April 29, 2022
IMF Executive Board Approves New Two-Year US$9.8 Billion Flexible Credit Line Arrangement for Colombia  click for more

Malaysia: 2022 Article IV Consultation-Press Release; Staff Report; and Statement by the Executive Director for Malaysia

April 28, 2022
Country Report No. 2022/126  click for more

IMF Executive Board Concludes 2022 Article IV Consultation with Malaysia

April 28, 2022
IMF Executive Board Concludes 2022 Article IV Consultation with Malaysia  click for more

Inequality and Macro Policy

April 28, 2022
To reduce inequality, policymakers must consider both redistribution policies (progressive tax, social assistance), and pre-distribution policies to level the playing field (public education, health, infrastructure).  click for more

Closing Remarks at the IMF's Third Capacity Development Dialogue "Navigating the Economic Obstacle Course while Addressing Long-Term Challenges: The Role of IMF Capacity Development"

April 28, 2022
Closing Remarks by Gita Gopinath Navigating the Economic Obstacle Course while Addressing Long-Term Challenges: The Role of IMF Capacity Development at the IMF's Third Capacity Development Dialogue  click for more

Navigating the Economic Obstacle Course while Addressing Long-Term Challenges: The Role of IMF Capacity Development

April 28, 2022
Gita Gopinath, First Deputy Director Opening Remarks at the IMF's Third Capacity Development Dialogue-Navigating the Economic Obstacle Course while Addressing Long-Term Challenges: The Role of IMF Capacity Development  click for more

Gender Balance in the Financial Sector

April 28, 2022
Without gender-inclusive growth, we simply cannot achieve long-term economic resilience. In fact, IMF research shows that closing gender gaps can stimulate growth, strengthen macroeconomic and financial stability, and reduce income inequality.  click for more

Sub-Saharan Africa: A New Shock and Little Room to Maneuver

April 28, 2022
Sub-Saharan Africa: A New Shock and Little Room to Maneuver  click for more

Sub-Saharan Africa Outlook: New Shock, Little Room to Maneuver

April 28, 2022

Blog: Africa Faces New Shock as War Raises Food and Fuel Costs

April 28, 2022

Central African Republic: First Review Under the Staff-Monitored Program

April 27, 2022
Country Report No. 2022/125  click for more

Blog: Chart of the WeekInflation to be Elevated for Longer on War, Demand, Job Markets

April 27, 2022

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