IMF

Opinion / We need humility, not hubris, to turn the economy around

While a privileged minority, sitting in their high castles, continue to enjoy a larger and larger share of the fruits of “development,” it is becoming obvious that the vast majority are increasingly struggling.

IMF lifts China growth forecast but warns on industrial policy

The International Monetary Fund on Wednesday raised its yearly growth forecast for China, but warned that Beijing's industrial policy risks a "misallocation" of resources and could harm trade

IMF endorses Japan's commitment to flexible yen

IMF said Japan's commitment to allow the yen to move flexibly will help the central bank focus on achieving price stability

IMF prescription to raise energy prices is anti-people, illogical

The IMF prescription for the public means increased gas, electricity and transport prices, and so on.

Prioritise sustainable revenue generation, IMF tells Dhaka

IMF mission concluded its 15-day visit to Bangladesh today

Bangladesh to loosen interest rate on IMF prescription

However, the BB governor did not announce when Bangladesh Bank would introduce the flexible interest rate and exchange rate.

IMF suggests greater flexibility in exchange rate to ease pressure on external account

Bangladesh should allow greater flexibility in its exchange rate to address issues in its external account, particularly the deficit in the financial account, said the International Monetary Fund (IMF) today

IMF asks about NPL classification, write-off policies

The IMF mission met with the deputy governors, policy advisor, executive directors and directors in different meetings at the central bank headquarters.

IMF prescribes ending tax exemptions

It recommended the National Board of Revenue (NBR) discontinue the tax holiday for the information and communication technology industry and abolish the tax benefit for mining and petroleum extracting companies.

June 13, 2024
June 13, 2024

We need humility, not hubris, to turn the economy around

While a privileged minority, sitting in their high castles, continue to enjoy a larger and larger share of the fruits of “development,” it is becoming obvious that the vast majority are increasingly struggling.

May 29, 2024
May 29, 2024

IMF lifts China growth forecast but warns on industrial policy

The International Monetary Fund on Wednesday raised its yearly growth forecast for China, but warned that Beijing's industrial policy risks a "misallocation" of resources and could harm trade

May 14, 2024
May 14, 2024

IMF endorses Japan's commitment to flexible yen

IMF said Japan's commitment to allow the yen to move flexibly will help the central bank focus on achieving price stability

May 10, 2024
May 10, 2024

IMF prescription to raise energy prices is anti-people, illogical

The IMF prescription for the public means increased gas, electricity and transport prices, and so on.

May 8, 2024
May 8, 2024

Prioritise sustainable revenue generation, IMF tells Dhaka

IMF mission concluded its 15-day visit to Bangladesh today

May 6, 2024
May 6, 2024

Bangladesh to loosen interest rate on IMF prescription

However, the BB governor did not announce when Bangladesh Bank would introduce the flexible interest rate and exchange rate.

April 30, 2024
April 30, 2024

IMF suggests greater flexibility in exchange rate to ease pressure on external account

Bangladesh should allow greater flexibility in its exchange rate to address issues in its external account, particularly the deficit in the financial account, said the International Monetary Fund (IMF) today

April 30, 2024
April 30, 2024

IMF asks about NPL classification, write-off policies

The IMF mission met with the deputy governors, policy advisor, executive directors and directors in different meetings at the central bank headquarters.

April 29, 2024
April 29, 2024

IMF prescribes ending tax exemptions

It recommended the National Board of Revenue (NBR) discontinue the tax holiday for the information and communication technology industry and abolish the tax benefit for mining and petroleum extracting companies.

April 21, 2024
April 21, 2024

IMF's Gopinath says high U.S. deficits fueling growth, higher interest rates

Gopinath told a fiscal forum at the IMF and World Bank spring meetings that US deficits are projected to rise for years with one of the world's steepest curves for debt.

push notification