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IMF

Ukraine Situation Pose ‘Significant Economic Risks’: IMF

This crisis comes at a "delicate" time, when the global economy is recovering from the ravages of the pandemic, and "threatens to undo some...

Greece: Τhe fourth memorandum is inevitable unless…

By Maria Negreponti-Delivanis* The Greek economy was at a dead end even before the pandemic, which is confirmed by its statistical picture. The pandemic, as...

“Impossible to maintain government economically without relations to China”

By Yunus Soner 01/11/2022 Latin America is the so-called “Great Fatherland” that seeks to establish regional integration for the last 200 years. China is the new...

Russia – Nato Pirouettes

Negotiations on missile limits should not take place in public, says Stoltenberg BRUSSELS, January 13./TASS/. Concrete possibilities for limits on the missiles of Russia and...

A Coup Attempt at the IMF

Kristalina Georgieva, the IMF's Managing Director since 2019, has been a bold leader in confronting the economic fallout of the pandemic, as well as...

Four reasons why Greece should not have paid the IMF

14 December 2016 On 7 December 2016 Greece remitted €299 million to the IMF. This sum corresponds to a part of the “bail-out” that was...

Malawi is Just the Beginning: How Israel Changed the Political Narrative...

The Palestinian cause was pivotal on the agenda of many African political parties in the 1970s and ‘80s. Over the last three decades, however,...

IMF and UNCTAD – Destruction of Neo-Liberal Theories

The IMF, which until the crisis of 2008 was the temple of orthodoxy, has begun a revision of those principles; at least in theory, because often the...

A qui profite la dette ?

Jan. 21, 2019 Crise grecque. On nous parle d’une dette grecque insoutenable, impayable... mais au fait : à qui cette dette profite ? Qui sont les créanciers...

The World Bank, the IMF and the respect of human rights

by Eric Toussaint 25 October 2020 “When I came to the Bank, we were not allowed to mention the word ‘corruption’. It was called the “c”...