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LIST OF IMF MEMBER COUNTRIES WITH DELAYS IN COMPLETION OF ARTICLE IV CONSULTATIONS OR MANDATORY FINANCIAL STABILITY ASSESSMENTS OVER 18 MONTHS

December 2021

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LIST OF IMF MEMBER COUNTRIES WITH DELAYS IN COMPLETION OF ARTICLE IV CONSULTATIONS OR MANDATORY FINANCIAL STABILITY ASSESSMENTS OVER 18 MONTHS

December 15, 2021

Approved By

Sanjaya Panth

Prepared by Strategy, Policy, and Review Department in consultation with the Communications, Legal, Secretary’s, Monetary and Capital Markets, and Area Departments.

In accordance with the Executive Board Decision No. 15106-(12/21), the Fund will publish on its external website a list of member countries whose Article IV consultations or mandatory financial stability assessments have been delayed by more than 18 months, as of December 15, 2021, since the expected deadline for conclusion.

The latest version of this list, as shown in Appendix I, will be published on the Fund’s external website on or after December 20, 2021.

List of IMF Member Countries with Delays in Completion of Article IV Consultations or Mandatory Financial Stability Assessments over 18 Months
Author: International Monetary Fund. Strategy, Policy, & Review Department