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Innovation is a key driver of economic growth & development. Institutions play a key role to foster innovation & help drive down poverty. Learn more on Nov. 30, 9:30 AM ET at the 8th Richard Goode Lecture with @UChicago’s Professor Kremer & @GitaGopinath bit.ly/3tEEuoM
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Looking forward to my chat with @andrea_shalal to discuss my latest trip to Asia and the outcome of the #G20 & other leaders’ summits, the difficult economic times, and how the IMF can help our member countries navigate these challenges in the year ahead. #ReutersNEXT
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REMINDER: Send us your questions to FADRG@imf.org for the 8th Richard Goode lecture w/ Professor Kremer @UChicago and @GitaGopinath
📅 SAVE THE DATE: November 30 at 9:30 AM ET for the 8th Richard Goode Lecture on innovation, experimentation, & economics by Professor Kremer @UChicago, followed by a discussion w/ @GitaGopinath Send questions before and during the event to FADRG@imf.org bit.ly/3tEEuoM
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Even in the face of urgent crises, we also face forces of longer-term change, including climate change and the digital revolution. Read the 2022 #IMFAnnualReport bit.ly/3M5wB3Z
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Tackling the smaller problems can have a big impact on lives. Seema Jayachandran @seema_econ in the latest Women in Economics @imf_podcast. apple.co/3tXN4z4 @Princeton
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The IMF Executive Board has approved a two-year Policy Coordination Instrument for Paraguay 🇵🇾 to address the country’s macroeconomic challenges and foster policy continuity. Read more: bit.ly/3GADNVj
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The IMF is including climate in a number of its country assessments, like Barbados, Canada, China, Fiji, Germany, Malawi, Mexico, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Read the 2022 #IMFAnnualReport #cop27 bit.ly/3DD7ZgF
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The failures of crypto issuers, exchanges and hedge funds have added impetus to the push to regulate these digital assets. Read more in F&D. bit.ly/3efuFcx
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Barbados is among the first countries to request financing from the IMF's Resilience and Sustainability Trust for affordable, long-term financing to help the Caribbean nation build resilience to climate change. bit.ly/3SN0HvE
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The lives and livelihoods of 345 million people are in immediate danger from the food crisis. And the financial costs are rising too. bit.ly/3E32o3G
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The collapse of crypto exchange FTX is prompting calls for greater regulation of the crypto industry. Here’s what countries in sub-Saharan Africa are doing. bit.ly/3UZPQQ6 #IMFBlog
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The use of mobile money transactions increased in low-income countries while the use of mobile and internet banking grew in middle- and high-income economies. Learn more on digital finance from our 2022 Financial Access Survey Trends and Developments: data.imf.org/FAS
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A small country can make a big difference. Here is how Finland is using innovation to fight climate change. bit.ly/3tw6Kcu #FandD
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Honoring OAP’s 25th anniversary, IMF Deputy Managing Director Kenji Okamura, former FinMin Aso, FinMin Suzuki, & BoJ Governor Kuroda, praised the long-standing IMF-🇯🇵 cooperation, pledging to continue efforts to deliver sustainable growth & prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region.
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🇺🇦 authorities and IMF mission have reached an agreement on a 4-month economic program. The program seeks to boost tax revenues, mobilize domestic financing, and support long-term financial sector stability. It will also help catalyze external financing: bit.ly/3XseM4v
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IMF staff have completed the 2022 review of China’s 🇨🇳 economy. Following the recovery from the pandemic, China’s growth has slowed and remains under pressure. Staff project GDP growth at 3.2% for 2022 and 4.4% for 2023 and 2024. bit.ly/3EXp1qw
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The Inflation Reduction Act must spur the right mix of competition and cooperation or it could hinder the clean-energy transition, Columbia’s Jason Bordoff writes in F&D magazine. bit.ly/3EOxYBd
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High-frequency economic indicators show that the slowdown in global growth is increasingly evident. See our latest Chart of the Week blog for a snapshot of the data and factors at play. bit.ly/3g7WlkH
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The number of borrowers remained broadly stable for both men and women during the pandemic albeit cross-country variations. For more details, check out our 2022 Financial Access Survey Trends and Developments. data.imf.org/FAS
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