Germany stuck to its stance that Europe’s economic engine will pull through its current trough without a spending jolt, countering increasingly dire warnings from the International Monetary Fund
International Monetary Fund (IMF) cuts India's economic outlook growth projection to 6.1% in 2019 from 6.8% in 2018.
“Gender equality is critical for the economic well-being of both men & women, of society as a whole.” Christine Lagarde of the International Monetary Fund describes how this issue affects us all on a global scale in this month's #LoveOurGirls newsletter:
A report from the International Monetary Fund found a "1 percentage point increase in the share of migrants in the adult population increases GDP per person in advanced economies by up to 2 percent in the longer term." -
India tops the charts for emerging market and developing economies for 2018 in latest projections according to International Monetary Fund.
UK exit from EU could cause "severe regional and global damage", says International Monetary Fund