22-23 Annual Meeting, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Belgrade, Serbia
23-24 World Bank, “Annual Bank Conference on Development Economics 2005: Securing Development in an Unstable World,” Amsterdam, The Netherlands
29-30 UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean-IMF Seminar, “Policies for Growth in Latin America and the Caribbean,” Santiago, Chile
1-3 World Economic Forum— Africa Economic Summit, Pano Tninfn ^ni ith Afrira
1 -3 InterAction Annual Conference, “Charting a Course for Relief and Development,” Washington, D.C.
2-3 APEC Meeting of Trade Ministers, Jeju, Korea
5-7 Organization of American States General Assembly, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
6 OECD-African Development Bank, Fifth International Forum on African Perspectives, Paris
10-11 Group of Seven Finance Ministers’ and Central Bank Governors’ Meeting, London
13-17 IMF seminar on large taxpayer issues for tax officials in the Asia and the Pacific region, Bangkok, Thailand
15-16 IMF-Singapore Regional Training Institute conference, “Managing Fiscal Risks in Asia,” Singapore
20 Annual U.S.-E.U. Summit, Washington, D.C.
29-July 1 ECOSOC Substantive Session, High-Level Segment, New York
1-5 International Conference on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific, Kobe, Japan
5 IMF seminar for legislators, Lao P.D.R.
6-8 Group of Eight Summit, Gleneagles Hotel, Gleneagles, Scotland
6-7 IMF High-Level Seminar Stability Framework,” Washington, D.C.
14-16 High-level plenary meeting, UN General Assembly, to review progress on UN Millennium Declaration commitments, New York
26-27 IMF and World Bank Annual Meetings, Washington, D.C.
26-30 International Atomic Energy Agency General Conference, Vienna, Austria
IMF Executive Board
For an up-to-date listing of IMF Executive Board meetings, see http://www.imf.org.external/np/sec/bc/eng/index.asp.