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IMF Executive Board: (as of September 1, 1999)

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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
January 1999
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Director

Alternate

Casting votes1 of (percent of IMF total)

Karin Lissakers

Barry S. Newman

United States

(371,743–17.35 percent)

Yukio Yoshimura

Masahiko Takeda

Japan

(133,378–6.23 percent)

Bernd Esdar

Wolf-Dieter Donecker

Germany

(130,332–6.08 percent)

Jean-Claude Milleron

Gilles Bauche

France

(107,635–5.02 percent)

Stephen Pickford

Stephen Collins

United Kingdom

(107,635–5.02 percent)

Willy Kiekens (Belgium)

Johann Prader (Austria)

Austria

Belarus

Belgium

Czech Republic

Hungary

Kazakhstan

Luxembourg

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

Turkey

(111,696–5.21 percent)

J. de Beaufort Wijnholds (Netherlands)

Yuriy G. Yakusha (Ukraine)

Armenia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Croatia

Cyprus

Georgia

Israel

Macedonia, FYR of

Moldova

Netherlands

Romania

Ukraine

(105,412–4.92 percent)

Agustín Carstens (Mexico)

Herndn Oyazdbal (Venezuela)

Costa Rica

El Salvador

Guatemala

Honduras

Mexico

Nicaragua

Spain

Venezuela

(92,425–4.32 percent)

Riccardo Faini (Italy)

John Spraos (Greece)

Albania

Greece

Italy

Malta

Portugal

San Marino

(90,636–4.23 percent)

Thomas A. Bernes (Canada)

Peter Charleton (Ireland)

Antigua and Barbuda

Bahamas, The

Barbados

Belize

Canada

Dominica

Grenada

Ireland

Jamaica

St. Kitts and Nevis

St. Lucia

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

(80,205–3.74 percent)

Kai Aaen Hansen (Denmark)

Olli-Pekka Lehmussaari (Finland)

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

Iceland

Latvia

Lithuania

Norway

Sweden

(76,276–3.56 percent)

Gregory F. Taylor (Australia)

Okyu Kwon (Korea)

Australia

Kiribati

Korea

Marshall Islands

Micronesia, Fed.

States of Mongolia

New Zealand

Palau

Papua New Guinea

Philippines

Samoa

Seychelles

Solomon Islands

Vanuatu

(72,397–3.38 percent)

Abdulrahman A. Al-Tuwaijri

Sulaiman M. Al-Turki

Saudi Arabia

(70,105–3.27 percent)

Kleo-Thong Hetrakul(Thailand)

Cyrillus Harinowo (Indonesia)

Brunei Darussalam

Cambodia

Fiji

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Malaysia

Myanmar

Nepal

Singapore

Thailand

Tonga

Vietnam

(68,229–3.19 percent)

Jose Pedro de Morais, Jr. (Angola)

Cyrus Rustomjee (South Africa)

Angola

Botswana

Burundi

Eritrea

Ethiopia

Gambia, The

Kenya

Lesotho

Liberia

Malawi

Mozambique

Namibia

Nigeria

Sierra Leone

South Africa

Swaziland

Tanzania

Uganda

Zambia

Zimbabwe

(68,021–3.18 percent)

A. Shakour Shaalan (Egypt)

Adbelrazaq Faris Al-Faris (United Arab Emirates)

Bahrain

Egypt

Iraq

Jordan

Kuwait

Lebanon

Libya

Maldives

Oman

Qatar

Syrian Arab Republic

United Arab Emirates

Yemen, Republic of

(61,242–2.87 percent)

Aleksei V. Mozhin

Andrei Lushin

Russia

(59,704–2.79 percent)

Roberto F. Cippa (Switzerland)

Wieslaw Szczuka (Poland)

Azerbaijan

Kyrgyz Republic

Poland

Switzerland

Tajikistan

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

(56,628–2.64 percent)

Murilo Portugal (Brazil)

Olver L. Bernal (Colombia)

Brazil

Colombia

Dominican Republic

Ecuador

Guyana

Haiti

Panama

Suriname

Trinidad and Tobago

(53,422–2.49 percent)

Vijay L. Kelkar (India)

A.G. Karunasena (Sri Lanka)

Bangladesh

Bhutan

India

Sri Lanka

(52,112–2.43 percent)

Abbas Mirakhor (Islamic Republic of Iran)

Mohammed Dairi (Morocco)

Algeria

Ghana

Iran, Islamic Rep. of

Morocco

Pakistan

Tunisia

(51,793–2.42 percent)

WEI Benhua

ZHANG Fengming

China

(47,122–2.20 percent)

Nicolas Eyzaguirre (Chile)

A. Guillermo Zoccali (Argentina)

Argentina

Bolivia

Chile

Paraguay

Peru

Uruguay

(43,395–2.03 percent)

Alexandre Barro Chambrier (Gabon)

Damian Ondo Mañe (Equatorial Guinea)

Benin

Burkina Faso

Cameroon

Cape Verde

Central African Rep.

Chad

Comoros

Congo, Rep. of

Côte d’Ivoire

Djibouti

Equatorial

Guinea

Gabon

Guinea

Guinea-Bissau

Madagascar

Mali

Mauritania

Mauritius

Niger

Rwanda

são Tomé and Príncipe

Senegal

Togo

(25,169–1.17 percent)

1As of September 1, 1999, members’ votes totaled 2,148,188, and votes in the Executive Board amounted to 2,140,042. This total does not include the votes of the Islamic State of Afghanistan and Somalia, which did not participate in the 1998 Regular Election of Executive Directors. It also does not include the votes of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Sudan, whose voting rights were suspended effective June 2, 1994, and August 9, 1993, respectively.

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