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Brazil debates economic cost of corruption investigation
Brazil's former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is warning that the Petrobras corruption probe is paralyzing the Brazilian economy.
IMF chief urges Gulf to adapt to sustained oil price drop
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde warned that global energy prices could remain low for years and urged Gulf countries to adjust their budgets.
Putin asks IMF to help Ukraine pay off $3 billion debt to Russia
President Vladimir Putin called on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to lend an additional $3 billion to Ukraine to help the ex-Soviet country pay off its debt to Russia.
'Who likes to pay tax? You don't, I don't': IMF chief
The head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, does not enjoy paying taxes and made that clear at a conference in Washington.
Impact of China slowdown bigger than expected: IMF chief
The impact of China's economic slowdown on the global economy is bigger than previously thought, the head of the International Monetary Fund said.
IMF chief urges Africa to spend responsibly
IMF chief Christine Lagarde urged African governments to spend responsibly as she visited Liberia, a week after it was declared free from an Ebola epidemic which has shattered its economy.
IMF chief says 'extremely encouraged' by Ukraine reforms
IMF chief Christine Lagarde heaped praise on Ukraine's reform efforts in a visit to Kiev following a deal to restructure the country's debt burden.
Asia doing "pretty well" despite China slowdown: IMF chief
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde declared Asian economies were doing "pretty well" despite the volatility caused by China's slowdown.
IMF warns of 'disorderly correction' if China reform slows
The IMF warned that China, the world's second-largest economy, could face a "disorderly correction" followed by slower growth if its reform program slows.
IMF approves $1.7 bn loan installment to Ukraine
The International Monetary Fund announced the approval of a $1.7 billion loan installment to Ukraine despite uncertainty about the country's debt sustainability and a conflict with separatist forces.
IMF: Ukraine economic picture 'incredibly encouraging'
Ukraine's government is determined to undertake long-needed reforms, making the economic picture in the country very encouraging.
IMF 'ready to work with Greece, EU'
The International Monetary Fund said it stands is prepared to work with Greece and European Union partners to advance the third bailout effort for the country agreed early Monday.
IMF 'ready to assist Greece if requested': Lagarde
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said that the global crisis lender would assist Greece if asked, a day after Greek voters rejected a prior bailout plan.
IMF: Greece needs 36 bn euros more from EU
Greece needs 50 billion euros over the next three years, including 36 billion euros more from EU lenders, to stabilize its finances even under existing creditor plans.
Greece: IMF says payment delays no help to nations in crisis
The International Monetary Fund said that allowing a borrower to delay repayment, as Greece has requested, is generally ineffective in helping a country overcome crisis.
Greek default poses new challenge to IMF credibility
Nobody in the halls of the International Monetary Fund in Washington has any illusion: Greece is going to default, delivering a new blow to the global crisis bank's credibility.
'Black Monday' in Greece as panic simmers
It has already been dubbed "Black Monday" -- jittery housewives, shoppers and business owners queued in vain at cash machines in Athens, where the country awoke to capital controls and shuttered banks.
IMF boss Lagarde says ready to 'consider' 2nd term
Christine Lagarde has said she is ready to consider a second term as head of the International Monetary Fund in an interview with a French magazine to be published.
IMF to join meeting between Ukraine, creditors next week
The IMF said that it would take part in a meeting between Ukraine and its private bondholders next week, amid rising pressure on creditors to reduce the debt.
Athens says Europe 'doesn't need IMF' on eve of crunch summit
Greece does not want any more help from the IMF, minister of state Nikos Pappas said on the eve of a summit.
11 april 2011, 15:03
Kyrgyz Government decides to access Customs Union
26 august 2014, 18:37
Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
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