See IMFC Communiqué (4/25/09). See also the Statement of the G-20 Leaders’ Summit in London available at: http://www.londonsummit.gov.uk/resources/en/news/15766232/communique-020409.
See IMF Executive Board Has Preliminary Discussions on Adequacy of and Options for Supplementing Fund Resources (PIN No. 09/24, 2/26/09).
See Balance of Payments and International Investment Position Manual, Sixth Edition, paragraph 6.85.
See IMF Announces New Measure of Its Capacity for New Lending (PIN No. 02/55, 12/16/02).
See Borrowing Agreement with the Government of Japan (2/10/09).
When implemented, the ad hoc quota increases for 54 members under Resolution No. 62–3 will increase total quotas of current FTP participants by about SDR 19.8 billion,
Operational Budget—Review of Guidelines for the Allocation of Currencies (Decision No 11837 – 98/121, 11/30/98). See Selected Decisions Thirty Second Issue, pages 400–401.
See p. 892 in Silent Revolution: The International Monetary Fund 1979–1989, by James M. Boughton, Washington: IMF, 2001.
Pending the adoption of revised guidelines, the requirement that the Fund establish a limit on borrowing would need to be suspended to allow approval of any new bilateral loan or note purchase agreements, as was done already for the agreements with Japan and Norway.