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Narendra Modi has to give more attention to the safety of women: Christine Lagarde

In India, cases of increasing sexual violence against girls, especially against girls, have begun to draw attention from around the world.

Chief of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Christine Langder has advised Prime Minister Modi to take care of women while stating the alleged rape cases in Kadua and Unnao. 590 more words


India's Modi needs to pay more attention to women's safety: IMF chief Christine Lagarde

UPDATED: APRIL 20, 2018 12:47 IST

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Chief Christine Lagarde

Describing the latest incident of rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua as “revolting”, IMF chief Christine Lagarde hoped that the Indian authorities starting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi would pay more attention to it. 141 more words

#Boao Forum for Asia Synopsis: World's Largest Communist Party 'Saviour of Global Capitalism'!

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine #Lagarde: #China's solemn pledge of further #reform and opening-up has injected a sense of certainty and hope into the global economy…

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Big HSBC Deal with Loretta Lynch in Rolling Stone

Will HSBC Deal Come Back to Haunt Loretta Lynch?

” . . . Today, as Lynch awaits approval for the Attorney General job, HSBC is in the news again. 50 more words


The "Dismal" Science of Economics -- It's Not Your Fault, ... .


As head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde this week made a formalized presentation at 2018 Boao Forum in Hong Kong that addressed a number of points on international trade only that by implication separate again and this after many years of uniform policy, the regional economies with sustainability and others, essentially wannabees in the continuing economic growth and development of world trade, world economic finances and global economic values and overall wealth. 902 more words

Lagarde speaks on global growth at The University of Hong Kong | In The News

We continue to be optimistic, says Christine Lagarde, managing director at IMF.

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