This week we heard Patricia Arquette accept her Oscar on Sunday night with a call for equal pay and Hillary Clinton say we need more action to close the wage gap. 106 more words
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International Monetary Fund Chief Christine Lagarde has some good news for economies in the developing world: in one step, they can boost their GDPs up by up to 30 percent. 219 more words
I am still in disbelief that in the middle of her interview on attracting women to the workforce, Arianna Huffington took a recorded question from me for Christine Lagarde today on HuffPost Live. 168 more words
I have always been a keen supporter of the European Union and of the UK’s membership of it. The EU has without doubt helped to keep the peace in Europe since it was established (a major achievement in itself after two major wars during the 20th century), and the economies of member countries have generally prospered, not least those of the countries including the UK that joined after the six founding members. 1,219 more words
A clear overview of the consequences of the IMF loans and economic program approved by Yatsenyuk and Poroshenko.
From Global Research, February 17, 2015… 1,178 more words
Ms. Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), issued the following statement yesterday (February, 12th) in Brussels.
“I am pleased to announce that the IMF team working in Kiev has reached a staff-level agreement with the Ukrainian government on a new economic reform program that would be supported by an Extended Fund Facility of SDR 12.35 billion (about $17.5 billion, €15.5 billion) from the IMF, as well as by additional resources from the international community. 482 more words