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IMF

abbr.
International Monetary Fund

IMF

abbreviation for
(Banking & Finance) International Monetary Fund
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.IMF - a United Nations agency to promote trade by increasing the exchange stability of the major currencies
UN agency, United Nations agency - an agency of the United Nations
Translations
Nemzetközi Valutaalap

IMF

N ABBR =International Monetary FundFMI m

IMF

[ˌaɪɛmˈɛf] n abbr (=International Monetary Fund) → FMI m(= Fonds monétaire international)
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Teams are undertaken as part of regular (usually annual) consultations under Article IV of the IMF's Articles of Agreement, in the context of a request to use IMF resources (borrow from the IMF), as part of discussions of staff monitored programs, or as part of other staff monitoring of economic developments.
Azour had assumed the responsibilities of IMF director for Middle East and Central Asia in March this year.
According to the finance ministry, post-programme monitoring is an annual feature for countries graduating from an IMF programme whereby overall economic conditions of a member country that owes funds to the IMF are monitored and a report is presented to the executive board.
However, he warned that IMF isn't exactly a universal format when it comes to the acquisition and post-production processes.
Lagarde will discuss with the Pakistani officials about the impact the IMF bailout programme on the economy of the country.
Until recently, the IMF insisted that it would participate in the next Greek rescue programme only if it deemed Greek debt to be sustainable.
Perhaps the Turkish president wanted to strike a chord with the Latin American audience, whose view of the IMF is not very positive, hoping that he would win a few friends there, or maybe he wanted to brag about how his government has handled economic difficulties without IMF help since 2008, when the last deal expired.
The IMF now acts like a global loan shark, exerting enormous leverage over the economies of more than 60 countries including Pakistan.
Greeceas failure to make the repayment when due means the country can no longer receive financing from the IMF under the existing extended arrangement of EUR 28 B approved in March 2012 and the IMF will not approve new financing to Greece until it clears its arrears, the global lender said earlier.
In 2010, in the aftermath of the global fallout from the Lehman bankruptcy, the G-20 agreed to basic IMF reform.
Greece's repayment schedule to the IMF is toughest in the weeks ahead.