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Infected countries discuss how to open their economies

Governors across the US are devising plans to gradually reopen their economies without prompting a strong second wave of coronavirus. In Italy, Spain and other...

Coronavirus: IMF cancels £400m of debt repayments to help poor countries

Debt payments for the world’s most impoverished countries totalling £400 million have been cancelled to allow them to focus on dealing with coronavirus. The International...

IMF approves debt relief for 25 members; WHO cautions against rapid reversal of restrictions

US university researchers have received US government clearance for the first saliva test to help diagnose Covid-19, a new approach that could help expand...

IMF head says global economy is in recession

The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said the global economy has entered a recession that could be worse than the 2009...

Brexit poses risk to global financial stability, says IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has included Brexit among key risks to the stability of the global economy in a new report. The organisation has...

Letter bomb explodes at French office of IMF

A letter bomb has exploded at the French office of the International Monetary Fund, lightly injuring one person, Paris police said. One employee suffered...

Trump good for US economy in short term, says IMF chief

Donald Trump is likely to be good for the American economy in the short term, according to the head of the International Monetary Fund. Christine...

Trump good for US economy in short term, says IMF chief

Donald Trump is likely to be good for the American economy in the short term, according to the head of the International Monetary Fund. Christine...

Greece’s debts ‘unsustainable’ despite progress – IMF

Greece is making progress towards reducing its massive budget problems and restoring economic growth, but its debts remain "unsustainable" over the long term, the...

Christine Lagarde remains IMF chief despite negligence conviction

Christine Lagarde will remain head of the International Monetary Fund despite being convicted of negligence in a case dating to her tenure as France's...

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