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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
April 2007
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April

25–26 World Economic Forum on Latin America, “The Power of a Positive Regional Agenda,” Santiago, Chile

25–27 United Nations Economic Commission on Europe, 60th anniversary session, Geneva, Switzerland

May

2–3 Bretton Woods Committee seminar, “10 Years after the Asian Financial Crisis, Asia’s New Responsibilities in the International Monetary System,” Seoul, Korea

IMF Executive Board

For an up-to-date listing of IMF Executive Board meetings, see www.imf.org.external/np/sec/bc/eng/index.asp

4–7 40th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the Asian Development Bank, Kyoto, Japan

6–8 G-8 Labor and Employment Ministers’ Meeting, “Shaping the Social Dimension of Globalization,” Dresden, Germany

9–14 IMF High-Level Seminar on Macroeconomic Management and the Japanese Experience in Economic Development, Tokyo, Japan

14–15 OECD Forum 2007, “Innovation, Growth, and Equity,” Paris, France

14–23 World Health Organization, 60th World Health Assembly, Geneva, Switzerland

16–17 Annual Meetings of the Governors of the African Development Bank Group, Shanghai, China

18–19 G-8 Ministerial Meeting, Schwielowsee, Germany

20–21 European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Annual Meeting and Business Forum, Kazan, Russia

24–25 World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities, Paris, France

30-June 15 96th Session of the International Labor Conference, Geneva, Switzerland

June

6–8 G-8 Summit, Heiligendamm, Germany

18–July 21 The International Economic Forum of the Americas, “Succeeding through Uncertainty: From Risk Evaluation to Strategic Decision,” Montreal, Canada

July

6–8 Cercle des Economistes Seminar, Aix-en-Provence, France

August

19–23 8th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific, Colombo, Sri Lanka

New Perspectives on Financial Globalization IMF, Washington, D.C., April 26–27, 2007

The conference, sponsored by the IMF’s Research Department and Cornell University, aims to provide a forum to present recent theoretical and empirical research on the macroeconomic implications of financial globalization.

For details, see www.imf.org.external/np/seminars/eng/2007/finglo/042607.htm.

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