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IMF coming from behind as Abenomics going backwards and driverless cars get a big push from Ford

Fed confused as IMF boss has right ear transplanted onto hand

Yesterday, the IMF issued a warning about China and Japan. No doubt this afternoon they’ll be warning us of their doubts about Fukushima and the Cultural Revolution. 586 more words

Mozambique’s most recent corruption scandal! Where do we go from here

Debt crisis ahead

Mozambique’s most recent corruption scandal shows where the excessive dependency on commodity exports leads. However, a positive twist is still possible.

The reaction of Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), was unusually harsh. 695 more words

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Telegraph's very interesting article about how the IMF (doesn't) work. And it does confirm the IMF is run by people who want to stay hidden.

I take the freedom to copy and paste a bit of a very interesting article by Ambrose Evans Pritchard published on the Telegraph, probably the most important article of today, you’ll see how our theory that the IMF and EU are run by people who want to stay secret and put forwards the likes of Juncker or Christine Lagarde is simply confirmed by the establishment, an establishment that’s healthily sick of their incompetence, lack of care for the welfare of the people and utter failures. 1,295 more words


IMF had disastrous love affair with the euro,

– Culture of complacency, prone to “superficial and mechanistic” analysis noticed -Apologises for the immolation of Greece

The International Monetary Fund’s top staff misled their own board, made a series of calamitous misjudgments in Greece, became euphoric cheerleaders for the euro project, ignored warning signs of impending crisis, and collectively failed to grasp an elemental concept of currency theory. 1,328 more words

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GREEK DEBT: IEO slams IMF/EU, paves way for debt repudiation & relief

Yesterday’s mind-blowing piece from Ambrose Evans-Pritchard at the Daily Telegraph may not have reverberated around the world just yet, but it should. The article not only features a coruscating condemnation (by its watchdog the Independent Evaluation Office – IEO) of the IMF’s actions in relation to ClubMed austerity, but also an apology from the IMF board and Lagarde herself for the appalling suffering inflicted upon Greece, and the level of mindless collaboration with mad EC debt policy involved. 819 more words

JP Finans: Christine Lagardes job som chef for Den Internationale Valutafond er ikke truet af en kommende retssag, hvor hun er anklaget for korruption

Hvad med at indhente en kommentar fra medlem af Europaparlamentet, Eva Joly, (De Grønne) til denne sag?

Er Eva Joly enig med Edwin Truman, der udtaler sig i den aktuelle historie: »Jeg tror ikke, at der er nogen, der egentlig føler, at det her er en sag, der underminerer hendes effektivitet,« siger Edwin Truman til Bloomberg. 74 more words