International Monetary Fund Annual Report 2017

International Monetary Fund International Monetary Fund Business & Economics

During the past financial year, the IMF’s 189 member countries faced a number of pressing challenges. IMF work on these challenges—slower trade, declining productivity, gender inequality, inclusive growth, and debt management—is a central focus of this 2017 Annual Report.

ISBN10 : 9781484307243 , ISBN13 : 1484307240

Page Number : 118

International Monetary Fund Annual Report 2016

International Monetary Fund International Monetary Fund Business & Economics

The year was marked by difficult challenges and milestone achievements. To reinvigorate modest growth at a time of uncertainty about a complicated global economy, the IMF membership endorsed a three-pronged approach of monetary, fiscal, and structural policies to get the world economy back on a stronger and safer growth track. Highlights of the IMF’s work during the year included entry into effect of its quota and governance reforms approved in 2010, which increase the Fund’s core resources and make it more representative of the membership; commitments for increased financial support, policy advice, expertise, and training to help low-income developing countries achieve the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals; analysis of the international monetary system; inclusion of the Chinese currency in the basket of currencies that make up the Special Drawing Right; and policy advice on the economic repercussions of mass migration of refugees from Syria and other conflict-afflicted states. The IMF Annual Report, which covers the period May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016, discusses all of these issues, plus a wide range of policy matters that the Executive Board addressed during the year.

ISBN10 : 9781475517071 , ISBN13 : 1475517076

Page Number : 131

International Monetary Fund Annual Report 2014

International Monetary Fund. Secretary's Department International Monetary Fund Business & Economics

Seven years after the onset of the global financial crisis, the world still has a way to go to secure a sustainable recovery marked by strong growth that supports rapid job creation and benefits all, International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde says in her foreword to the institution’s Annual Report 2014—From Stabilization to Sustainable Growth, published today. “The recovery is ongoing, but it is still too slow and fragile, subject to the vagaries of financial sentiment. Millions of people are still looking for work. The level of uncertainty might be diminishing, but it is certainly not disappearing.” Ms. Lagarde said that “throughout the crisis and in the recovery period, the IMF has been, and continues to be, an indispensible agent of economic cooperation” for its membership. The report covers the work of the IMF’s Executive Board and contains financial statements for the year May 1, 2013, to April 30, 2014. It describes the IMF’s support for its 188 member countries, with an emphasis on the core areas of IMF responsibility: assessing their economic and financial policies, providing financing where needed, and building capacity in key areas of economic policy.

ISBN10 : 9781498303149 , ISBN13 : 1498303145

Page Number : 328

Cities Annual Report

California. Office of State Controller Local finance

ISBN10 : UCBK:C105088463 , ISBN13 :

Page Number : 696

Annual Report

United States. Federal Communications Commission Artificial satellites in telecommunication

ISBN10 : OSU:32437011336159 , ISBN13 :

Page Number : 212

Annual Report

Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation

ISBN10 : OSU:32435063065445 , ISBN13 :

Page Number : 176

Annual Report

London County Council

ISBN10 : UCAL:C2629845 , ISBN13 :

Page Number : 400