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Budget deficit under control

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) wants budget deficit this year not to exceed JD918 million. The budget for 2016 estimated deficit to be around JD907 million, an indication that the political will to abide by the IMF programme is strong. ... Jordan Times, 2 hours ago

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IMF decision to readmit Zimbabwe a victory for Mnangagwa

The International Monetary Fund's decision this week to reinstate Zimbabwe on its books as a full member, which means it can once again apply for loans, was a victory for Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa's faction in the ongoing secession battle, ... day ago IMF decision a victory for Mnangagwa?  New Zimbabwe.com21 hours ago IMF decision to reinstate Zimbabwe a victory for Mnangagwa  ENCA1 day ago
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IMF and Vucic fail to agree on percentage for raising salaries and pensions Serbia congratulated on good results and state of budget

Representatives of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic failed to agree yesterday on the percentage by which salaries in the public sector and pensions would be raised, and the talks would continue in the next ...
 EKapija.com11 hours ago Zambia Finance Minister Sees IMF Loan Agreement by March 2017  Bloomberg3 days ago IMF, Serbia's PM fail to agree on increase of wages, pensions  See News2 days ago IMF "commends good results of Serbian government"  B922 days ago

World Bank demands tax-free threshold drop to just 5,000 euros

The World Bank and not the International Monetary Fund is bringing back to the negotiating table with the country's creditors the reduction of the income tax-free threshold to 5,000 euros per year in the context of welfare benefit restructuring. ...
 EKathimerini.com6 hours ago Bank Urged to Expand Work on Global Risks  Business Standard1 week ago IMF, World Bank call for inclusive globalisation  Prokerala2 weeks ago Pakistan: A state failing to fail  Pakistan Today14 hours ago
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IMF Estimates Cost of S. Korea's Corporate Restructuring at 31Tln Won

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has estimated that the cost of South Korea's corporate restructuring in the maritime and shipbuilding industries will reach 31 trillion won, or 27 billion U.S. dollars. In a recent report on the benefits and ...
 Korea Broadcasting System19 hours ago S. Korea's corporate restructuring to cost 31 tln won: IMF  Yonhap News Agency22 hours ago Korea's corporate restructuring to cost 31 tln won: IMF  Korea Herald21 hours ago IMF: South Korea's Corporate Restructuring to Cost 31 Trillion Won  Arabstoday.net4 hours ago
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IMF: Regional conflicts to hit GCC non-oil expansion

JEDDAH: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has urged Gulf countries to make greater progress toward more diversified, dynamic, private-sector driven economies. The slump in oil prices and ongoing conflicts continue to weigh on growth prospects ...
 Arab News1 day ago IMF urges GCC countries to 'do more' to transform economies  Arabian Business2 days ago Immigrants a possible boon to host economies, IMF says  Business Standard3 weeks ago IMF Expects GCC Non-Oil Growth to Increase…  Arabstoday.net1 day ago
Tehran Times

IMF anticipates 4.5% GDP growth for Iran in 2016

TEHRAN- The International Monetary Fund (IMF), in its latest report titled Regional Economic Outlook: Middle East, North Africa, Afghanistan, and Pakistan (MENAP), predicted a 4.5 percent real GDP growth for the Islamic Republic of Iran in 2016. ...
 Tehran Times1 day ago

Inflation to hit 5.2 percent by June 2017: IMF

Home » Top Stories » October 23, 2016 Report of International Monetary Fund (IMF) claimed on Saturday that inflation in Pakistan would hit 5.2 percent in 2017 which is nearly twofold of current year's 2.9 percent. Prices of petroleum products, ...
 Business Recorder1 day ago Pakistan inflation to hit 5.2 pc by June 2017, claims IMF report  Dunya News1 day ago
Gulf Times

Global growth to settle at a low level of around 3%, says QNB

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) kept its expectations for global growth in 2016 unchanged at 3.1% in its recently-published World Economic Outlook, QNB said in its latest commentary. While the headline figure remained the same, the forecast ...
 Gulf Times1 day ago More Research Showing the Negative Impact of Large Public Sectors  Before It's News1 day ago QNB Group: Global growth to settle at near 3%  Qatar is Booming1 day ago QNB Expects Global Growth to Settle at Near 3% in 2017  Federation of Arab News Agencies1 day ago
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IMF warns of slow growth in Central Asia, Caucasus

The International Monetary Fund warned today of weak growth prospects in Central Asia and the Caucasus and called for active reforms to energize the post-Soviet economies. In a report, the 189-nation IMF forecast economic growth in the region in ...
 Business Standard2 days ago Zambia to dictate terms over IMF loan-Mutati  Zambiadailynation.com2 days ago Talks on sixth review of IMF's Standby Arrangement with Serbia begin  EKapija.com2 days ago Public sector reform and this new IMF deal  Jamaica Observer2 days ago
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