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Bos IMF: Perlambatan Ekonomi China adalah Hal yang 'Sehat'

bobnews – Dana Moneter Internasional (IMF) enggan menyalahkan China atas iklim perlambatan ekonomi yang sedang terjadi di seluruh dunia. Sebaliknya, lembaga simpan pinjam ini menyebut apa yang sedang dialami Tiongkok sebagai sesuatu yang ‘sehat’. 263 more words

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At just gone 3 pm  BST yesterday, the IMF released an opinion piece pointing out what tens of thousands of us have been saying for years: corporate borrowing is out of control, and the party’s over Baby Blue. 342 more words

IMF Chief: We're cooked if we fail on climate change

LIMA, Peru – International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said Wednesday that failure to take urgent action on global warming will condemn humanity to the same fate as the Peruvian poultry that so many delegates to the group’s annual meeting are enjoying this week in a country famed for its cuisine. 282 more words


Global economic weakness to last into 2016‏

A relentless deceleration in the economies of the developing world will cause global growth to slow this year and only pick up a bit more pace in 2016, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday. 312 more words

International News

The International Monetary Fund Predicts Stagnant Growth in the Global Economy

On Wednesday, September 30th, Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund warned of sluggish growth next year for the Global Economy. It is expected, that when the IMF releases their outlook on worldwide growth this upcoming Tuesday, forecast will be lowered, something the IMF already did in July when they lowered global growth forecasts from 3.5% to 3.3%, the weakest rate since the financial crisis. 356 more words

Lagarde Predicts Sluggish, Uneven Growth in Global Economy

IMF predicted 3.3% global growth this year, as compared to last year growth at 3.4%. Watch out here. 8 more words

Weekly Digest

IMF chief: Global economy likely to be weaker this year

WASHINGTON – The head of the International Monetary Fund said Wednesday that global growth will likely be weaker this year as the world economy confronts a host of problems, including a refugee crisis in Europe, an economic slowdown in China and a pending rise in U.S. 215 more words