Globalisation is double-edged sword, IMF admits
After several years of playing the script of globalization, which was premised on mutual benefit, but eventually solidified the foundation of global inequality, the International Monetary Fund has admitted that it is a double-edged sword.
How graft wrecks nations, by IMF
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said corruption weakens countries’ efforts to deliver sustainable and inclusive growth that could improve the lives of the people.
IMF chief says 'get-tough' politicians threaten trade
The head of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde on Tuesday said politicians who campaigned on promises of protectionism and economic barriers were a threat to global trade.
Lagarde urges action over global growth challenges
The persistent global growth challenges has elicited a renewed call for global action by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), with world leaders already expressing their determination ...
IMF boss Lagarde to stand trial over $400m payout
IMF chief Christine Lagarde was ordered Friday to stand trial in France over a massive state payout to a colourful tycoon when she was French economy minister
IMF Chief, Lagarde, loses fight to avoid trial in Tapie Case
According to Bloomberg.com, the Cour de Cassation backed a December decision that Lagarde, 60, should stand trial for alleged negligence that paved the way for a massive government payout to tycoon Bernard Tapie.
Lagarde: no world recession from Brexit but risks high
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said that Britain's shock vote to quit the European Union has injected significant uncertainty into the global economy but is unlikely to cause a world recession.
IMF's Lagarde should face trial in Tapie case
A French prosecutor on Friday said IMF chief Christine Lagarde should stand trial for her handling of a massive state payout to tycoon Bernard Tapie in 2008 when she was France's finance minister.