Libya Opens its Books – a Little – to IMF
Libya's return to the international community also passes by way the International Monetary Fund.
The counsels of firmness that World Bank official Michael Sarris delivered to Madagascar's prime minister Tantely Andrianarivo fell flat (ION 862) and striking workers at the state-owned petroleum products utility Solima managed to hold out against the government, infuriating head [.
On Madagascar, implementation of the economic reform programme passes by firm spoonfeeding at all stages of local institutions (presidency, prime minister's office, economic ministries, etc) by International Monetary Fund and World Bank representatives. Objective: to neutralize all political interference by [.
Mozambique's programme of macro-economic reforms (negotiated with the International Monetary Fund in March for submission to the management committee in May, to get a new three-year enhanced structural adjustment facility) leans heavily on a restrictive fiscal and monetary policy.
Madagascar's discussions with the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will doubtless be far more delicate than that government likes to admit and it seems extremely unlikely that structural adjustment credits can be released before the second half [.
One of the consequences of increased World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) activity in recent years has been the development of consultancy and technical assistance to their beneficiaries. Structural adjustment policies require more complex handling and entail more intricate [.