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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Entretien avec Antoinette Sayeh; le FMI précise son rôle dans la surveillance; la Géorgie; entretien avec Olivier Blanchard; secteur financier en Afrique; ralentissement dans l'UEM; les transferts de l'UE aux PECO; principes pour les fonds souverains; Royaume-Uni; Uruguay; Arabie Saoudite; l’actualité en bref.
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Entrevista a Antoinette Sayeh; El FMI define la función de supervisión; Georgia; Entrevista a Blanchard; Sector financiero africano; La UEM frente a la desaceleración; Mayor convergencia gracias a la UE; Fondos soberanos de inversión; Shock para el Reino Unido; Política monetaria uruguaya; Bonanza petrolera en Arabia Saudita; Notas breves.
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Antoinette Sayeh interview, IMF clarifies surveillance process, Georgia loan, Olivier Blanchard interview, Africa's financial sector, EMU slowdown, EU transfers, sovereign wealth fund principles, United Kingdom outlook, Uruguay's financial issues, Saudi Arabia's oil bonanza, news briefs.
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

With asset prices falling in many key markets, soaring energy and commodity prices stoking inflation, and global growth on a downturn, the world faces some difficult policy choices, IMF First Deputy Managing Director John Lipsky said in a wide-ranging speech, “Perspectives on the Global Economic Landscape and the Role of the Dollar.”

Mr. Thomas Helbling

Major oil-producing and oil-consuming countries met in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on June 22 to identify the causes of the recent oil price increases and suggest policies to improve oil market stability.

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

Countries can use a combination of monetary, trade, and fiscal responses to stave off and adjust to the damaging impact of high food and fuel prices, according to a new IMF study.

Mr. Hamid Faruqee

Global economic imbalances appear to have peaked in 2006-07 and are now projected to narrow faster than earlier forecast, but more remains to be done to correct a worrying disequilibrium in the world economy, according to IMF analysis.

Ms. Laura Wallace

John Lipsky, the IMF’s First Deputy Managing Director, sees world growth slowing because of a combination of higher world oil prices, recent financial market turbulence, and a U.S. slowdown. He says in an interview that it is more urgent than ever that key economies take action to reduce global imbalances.