The IMF foresees difficult years for the economies of commodity-exporting countries

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicts “difficult years” for exporter countries of raw materials, including those in South America, according to a report released Monday. “The commodity- exporting economies are going through a difficult period of...

Latin America will face a year of “mediocre growth,” according to the IMF

Latin America will face in 2015 one more year of “mediocre growth” in a scenario marked by a dramatic collapse of 7% of GDP in Venezuela and a widespread downward revision in the region, expressed this Wednesday, January 21 the International Monetary Fund. The IMF...

IMF downwards the growth forecasts of the world

The institution directed by Christine Lagarde indicated that the world will grow less than they had estimated in October, when even then, expectations had already been lowered with relation to the previous ones. The global growth for 2015 is expected to be between 3.5% and 3.7%,...

Strauss-Kahn Rape Case Filed

In the northeast of France, the prosecutor’s office of Lille closed the file on the case of “Group violation” in which was involved the former director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Dominique Strauss-Kahn (DSK). “According to our sources, the investigation...
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G-20 Summit Concludes with the Support on Europe’s Economic Plans

The G-20 Summit ended yesterday in Los Cabos, Mexico, and it was concluded that decisive actions must be taken on confronting the crisis in the Euro Zone and the capitalization of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). “It’s an achievement that involved several months...
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Eurozone will be the Main Topic in the G-20 Summit at Mexico

Next June 18 on Monday, the G-20 Summit will be held at Los Cabos, Mexico, in which it will be discussed several European issues of extreme importance, including the Euro Zone. The Euro Zone has “three months” to convince its trading partners, warned this week the...
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Rajoy: “Spain Needs Financial Assistance not a Bailout”

Spain asked the European Union (EU) up to 100,000 million euros to stabilize the banking system, said the Eurogroup on Saturday. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) presented a report last Friday in which it claimed that several banks in Spain would have to increase their...
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Spain Asks for Help for its Banks

Spain will assist this Saturday to the rescue fund of the European Union (EU) to seek help for its banks. President of Spain, MarianoRajoy said on Thursday that in order  to make a decision he needs the report on Spanish banks which will be presented by the International Monetary...
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