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IMF bailout on the cards for Pakistan’s next government
Pakistan’s next government, to be chosen in a July 25 election, faces growing fears of a balance of payments crisis with speculation it will have to seek its second IMF bailout in five years, analysts said.
IMF urges New Zealand to reconsider ban on foreigners’ home ownership
The International Monetary Fund called on New Zealand to reconsider a controversial plan to ban foreigners from buying residential property, warning the move could discourage foreign direct investment necessary to build new homes.
Thousands protest Argentina's negotiations with IMF
Thousands of Argentines on Friday protested the government's bid to secure a credit line from the International Monetary Fund, which they blame for hardship during a past financial crisis.
IMF urges Trump to review sanction policy on Iran, Russia
Putin: US withdrawal from Iran deal counter-productive
International Desk
IMF urges Saudi not to boost spending as oil rises
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has urged Saudi Arabia to keep public spending under control as the kingdom’s economy appears to be slowly recovering from the deep recession in line with climbing oil prices.
Argentina seeks IMF aid financial aid 'to avoid crisis'
Argentina is to start talks about a financing deal with the International Monetary Fund on Wednesday amid reports it is seeking $30 billion (£22 billion).
IMF: Egypt must deepen reforms  to catch window of global growth
Egypt will have to deepen its IMF-backed reforms and better encourage private sector growth if it wants to cash in on a wave of global expansion that may soon come to an end, a fund official in Cairo said.
IMF official backs Iran’s move to unify exchange rates
Iran’s decision last month to unify the official and free-market exchange rates to support the rial “is a step that goes in the right direction,” an International Monetary Fund (IMF) official said.
IMF's Lagarde: Truth and transparency are key to rebuilding trust
The International Monetary Fund welcomed calls from the US that it should push for more transparency in global trade and lending, the Fund's boss said.
Seoul to discuss currency market intervention report with IMF next week
South Korea will discuss currency market-related issues, such as how to reveal records of its market interventions, with the International Monetary Fund next week, the country's chief economic policymaker said.
Trade wars will generate no winners: IMF
Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Christine Lagarde has warned the United States against the adverse consequences of putting up barriers to trade, saying it would generate "no winners."
Europeans, IMF tell Trump to step back from trade war
Europe and the IMF urged Donald Trump on Wednesday to step back from the brink of a trade war, after the resignation of his top economic adviser emboldened those encouraging him to push ahead with tariffs on imported steel and aluminum.
IMF chief sees growth, overheating, debt risks from US tax cuts
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said she saw positive and negative effects from a ‘complicated’ US tax overhaul, including a near-term growth bump that risks overheating the US economy and a problematic rise in debt.
IMF chief: Global economic growth strong  but countries must prepare for change
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said on Tuesday the global economy was showing broad-based growth, but the landscape was shifting with heightened risks of trade disputes, monetary policy normalization and technological change.
IMF chief says ‘Why not?’ to European Monetary Fund plan
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has no objection to plans to turn the eurozone’s bailout fund into a European Monetary Fund, she said in comments.

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