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International Monetary Fund: Great ambiguity surrounds the outlook for the global economy

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International Monetary Fund: Great ambiguity surrounds the outlook for the global economy Empty International Monetary Fund: Great ambiguity surrounds the outlook for the global economy

Post by rocky Tue 19 Jan 2021, 8:45 am

International Monetary Fund: Great ambiguity surrounds the outlook for the global economy

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The Director of the International Monetary Fund, Kristalina Georgieva, indicated today, Tuesday, that "great ambiguity still surrounds the outlook for the global economy due to the Corona virus pandemic, considering that the growing inequality between rich and poor countries requires the Fund to find more resources."
Georgieva pointed out that "a new distribution of the fund’s currency, the special drawing rights, will help give countries more financial space to face the health crisis and transform into a digital and green economy," according to Reuters news agency.


For her part, Swedish Finance Minister Magdalena Anderson, who is the new chair of the International Monetary Fund's Steering Committee, said, "It is clear that the need for liquidity is still great," revealing that she will consult with member states on options to increase liquidity.
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