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|Brazil and the IMF|
Updated October 9, 2016
|The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on March 16, 2015. Listed below are items related to Brazil, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|February 13, 2003 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing by Thomas C. Dawson, Director, External Relations Department, IMF|
Ladies and gentlemen, I'm Tom Dawson, Director of External Relations at the IMF, and this is another of our regular press briefings.
|January 31, 2003 -- Transcript of an IMF Economic Forum: The 'Links' that Bind|
|January 28, 2003 -- Press Release: IMF Managing Director Meets Brazilian President Lula da Silva|
|January 22, 2003 -- Transcript of an IMF Economic Forum: A New Approach to Sovereign Debt Restructuring: An IMF Proposal|
|December 19, 2002 -- News Brief: IMF Completes First Review of Stand-By Credit with Brazil|
|December 16, 2002 -- IMF Survey:|
Köhler on Brazil & Chile; Global Financial Stability Report; new IMF liquidity measure; Boughton on IMF conditionality guidelines; Turkey negotiations; globalization & Africa; social safety nets; annuitizing pension payouts; Abed & Gupta on corruption. PDF File Size: 803Kb
|December 05, 2002 -- Press Briefing by Thomas C. Dawson, Director, External Relations Department, IMF|
As you know, Managing Director Horst Köhler will be departing this evening for Brasilia for meetings with the current and future leadership of the nation.
|December 04, 2002 -- News Brief: IMF Managing Director to Visit Brazil, Colombia and Chile|
|December 02, 2002 -- Brazil -- Letter of Intent, December 2, 2002|
This Letter of Intent of the government of Brazil describes the policies that Brazil intends to implement in the context of its request for financial support from the IMF.
|November 19, 2002 -- Press Briefing by Thomas C. Dawson, Director, External Relations Department, IMF|
This is the last briefing that we expect for this month. We scheduled it today because I will be accompanying First Deputy Managing Director Anne Krueger to the Group of 20 meeting at the end of the week in Delhi.
|November 08, 2002 -- Transcript of an IMF Economic Forum (panel discussion at the IMF's Third Annual Research Conference): Promoting Better National Institutions: The Role of the IMF|
So we have, of course, here at the IMF a very clear position that we do care about the quality and scope of institutions and that they are central to the results of economic development, growth, and very especially stability.
|November 07, 2002 -- Press Briefing by Thomas C. Dawson, Director, External Relations Department, IMF|
We have handed out a news release which includes the latest six-month work program of the IMF's Executive Board. The Executive Board sets its work program every six months, and we have been releasing details of the program for the last couple years to give the general public a sense of what activities the Fund and, in particular, the Fund Executive Board are undertaking beyond country-specific issues.
|November 04, 2002 -- IMF Survey:|
Euro area prospects; Geithner on financial crises; Köhler visits Maghreb; IMF congratulates Brazil's President-Elect; developments in exchange rate regimes; lessons from Korean crisis; FDI in Mekong Delta; and microfinance institutions. PDF File Size: 673Kb
|October 28, 2002 -- News Brief: IMF Managing Director Köhler Congratulates Brazil's President-Elect|
|October 08, 2002 -- Transcript of an IMF Economic Forum -- "Is Global Inequality Rising?"|
|September 28, 2002 -- IMFC Statement by Mr. Pedro Malan, Minister of Finance of Brazil, on behalf of the Constituency comprising Brazil, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guyana, Haiti, Panama, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago|
The International Monetary and Financial Committee statement on behalf of the Constituency comprising Brazil, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guyana, Haiti, Panama, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago
|September 28, 2002 -- Transcript of a Press Conference Following the International Monetary and Financial Committee Meeting by Gordon Brown, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer and Chairman of the International Monetary and Financial Committee, and IMF Managing Director Horst Köhler|
We meet here in Washington at a testing time for the world economy, with 20 countries accounting for half the world's output having been at some point in the last year or this year in recession, and the committee as it met today recognized that in part reflecting the determined international response, there are continuing indications that the recovery is proceeding, although at a slower pace than earlier this year.
|September 26, 2002 -- Transcript of a Press Conference by IMF Managing Director Horst Köhler prior to the 2002 IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings|
The world economy faces some difficult issues and it is important that the membership meets, that we meet, civil society meets, in the cooperative spirit of our institutions to look for common solutions. We all need to play a part, governments, the private sector, civil society, these international financial institutions.
|September 25, 2002 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing on the World Economic Outlook, by Kenneth Rogoff, Economic Counsellor and Director, Research Department, IMF|
Ladies and gentlemen, greetings. I'm here today with my colleagues David Robinson and Tamim Bayoumi to present the latest issue of the IMF's World Economic Outlook: Prospects and Policy Issues.
|September 23, 2002 -- Transcript of an IMF Briefing on Latin America|
This has been a difficult year for many countries in Latin America. Growth is weak, on average, but with performance varying from country to country depending on individual circumstances. The region has faced external shocks, notably the rise in global risk aversion and borrowing costs, and the electoral cycle in many countries and underlying vulnerabilities have magnified the impact on economic activity and investor uncertainty.