The international monetary fund an institution that promotes global economic stability and perhaps a lender of Last Resort or as some say an outdated organization whose policies damage the social and cultural fabric of a country let’s take a closer look the IMF was founded in 1944 at Bretton Woods
In the United States since then its membership has grown from 44 countries to 190. the IMF says it monitors the economic health of member countries and provides loans for governments in economic distress two years ago at the height of the covid-19 pandemic more than a hundred Nations requested
Bailouts from the IMF here’s our correspondent Alan Fisher reporting on those loans from his headquarters here in Washington the international monetary fund has put together a nine trillion dollar pot to help countries deal with the covert crisis most of that money has come from the G20 the world’s richest Nations and
More than 100 countries have asked for help now this is the IMF map of where money was distributed among those helped 2.7 billion dollars to Egypt 411 million to Ethiopia 361 million to Bosnia Herzegovina more recently Sri Lanka received 2.9 billion dollars after its economy faced collapse
It ran out of money for food medicine cooking gas and fuel but critics of the IMF say it is outdated and ineffective of the 89 developing countries that received IMF loans between 1965 and 1995 more than half were no better off afterwards in fact 32 were poorer other critics question whether many nations
Which borrow money from the IMF have the ability to repay it now you’re saddled with additional debt from the IMF then some sort of longer term plan and program is likely going to have to step in to help countries through that now the IMF is downgrading its
Forecast of 2.9 Global growth in 2023 it says that’s because of the increasing risk of recession and financial instability far from being transitory as we thought inflation is much more persistent high energy and food prices tighter Financial conditions lingering Supply disruptions decelerate growth all of the world’s largest economy
Economies are now slowing down for Better or For Worse many more governments may need to turn to the IMF in the coming months and years
The International Monetary Fund is expected to paint a gloomy financial outlook when it meets in Washington DC, later.
Inflation concerns, the war in Ukraine, and rising interest rates are impacting economies right around the world.
In the coming hours it will release two key reports, on what’s in store for the global economy.
Al Jazeera’s Folly Bah Thibault explains how much power the IMF actually wields.
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