International Monetary Fund
Low Oil Prices Forces IMF to Cut Global Growth Forecast Again
Wednesday, 13th April 2016
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cut its outlook for 2016 economic growth for the fourth time in the past year, citing low oil prices, China’s slowdown and chronic weakness in advanced economies.
Angola to Negotiate Three-Year Loan With IMF
Sunday, 10th April 2016
Angola will begin loan negotiations with the International Monetary Fund on a three-year loan facility next week as lower oil prices hammer the finances of Africa's second-largest crude exporter, the Finance Ministry and the IMF said.
IMF Expected to Unlock $15b in International Assistance to Iraq
Tuesday, 5th April 2016
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) could approve a standby arrangement (SBA) with Iraq as early as June, unlocking $15b in international assistance over the next three years, the head of the IMF's Iraq mission told press.
IMF: Mozambique as Africa’s Largest Gas Economy by 2028
Sunday, 24th January 2016
Mozambique's natural gas reserves discovered in 2010 could contribute to making the country one of Africa's largest economies by 2028, when its gas production is to reach its peak, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).