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This year, the country will manage only 0.2 percent growth, according to the IMF.
The IMF classifies 36 countries as “advanced economies”—and seven of those countries as “major advanced economies.”
The latest development nevertheless casts yet another French IMF leader in an embarrassing light.IMF Chief Lagarde Placed Under Formal Investigation in France|Tracy McNicoll|August 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Of course, the IMF has its reasons for wanting to keep money out of the hands of the Malian military.
Those are the kinds of things that the IMF, for the first time, is actually studying in details and with empirical data.
They lack the cadre of educated people needed in order to truly engage the IMF in constructive discourse.
The absence of an IMF seal of approval could – and usually does – mean financial suffocation.
No one would call a doctor who uniformly administers penicillin – a good doctor and, yet, this, exactly is what the IMF is doing.
The IMF tries to juggle all these goals in the thinning air of the global capital markets.
Worse still, the IMF's language is riddled with contradictions in terms and logical fallacies.