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International Monetary Fund

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Ce guide présente l'assistance technique apportée par le FMI. La fourniture d'assistance technique aux pays membres, en particulier les pays en développement et les pays en transition, est au cœur du mandat du FMI. L'assistance technique, qui comporte des formations à destination du personnel des administrations publiques et des banques centrales, est l'un des avantages dont bénéficient les membres du FMI. Elle complète et renforce les autres principales formes d'assistance apportées par le FMI, à savoir la surveillance et le prêt. Le FMI dispense une assistance technique principalement dans ses domaines de compétence et de responsabilité : la politique budgétaire, la politique monétaire et les statistiques macroéconomiques et financières.

International Monetary Fund

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Good governance is important for countries at all stages of development... Our approach is to concentrate on those aspects of good governance that are most closely related to our surveillance over macroeconomic policies- namely, the transparency of government accounts, the effectiveness of public resource management, and the stability and transparency of the economic and regulatory environment for privalte sector activity. Michael Camdessus, IMF Managing Director

International Monetary Fund

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La bonne gouvernance est importante pour les pays, quel que soit leur niveau de développement. Notre approche consiste à donner la priorité aux aspects de la bonne gouvernance qui sont les plus pertinents pour la surveillance des politiques macroéconomiques : transparence des comptes de l'État, efficacité de la gestion des ressources publiques, stabilité et transparence de l'environnement économique et réglementaire de l'activité du secteur privé. Michael Camdessus, directeur général du FMI

International Monetary Fund

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An introductory guide to the IMF’s technical assistance. Providing technical assistance to member countries-particularly developing countries and countries in transition-is at the core of the IMF’s mission. Technical assistance, which includes training for government and central banks officials, is one of the benefits of IMFmembership. It complements and enhances the IMF's other key forms of assistance, i.e., surveillance and lending. The IMF provides technical assistance mainly in its areas of expertise and responsibility: fiscal policy, monetary policy, and macroeconomic and financial statistics.

International Monetary Fund

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(Approved by the IMF Executive Board, July 25, 1997)

International Monetary Fund

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Technical assistance can improve lives in a variety of ways. In the next few pages we take a look at examples of how the IMF has helped governments build institutional capacity in Africa; meet internationally recognized standards for collecting and publishing financial data; combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism; and strengthen taxation systems and financial sectors. We also discuss how the IMF helps countries after an emergency or conflict; and the role of the IMF Institute in training government officials.

International Monetary Fund

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Managing an economy is a difficult business. Designing and implementing economic policy require know-how and effective institutions of government. Many developing countries, in particular, need help to build up expertise in economic management, and advice about what policies, reforms, and institutional arrangements are appropriate and have worked well elsewhere in the world. Help of this kind is provided by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) through technical assistance.