|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).
|January 03, 1999 -- On the Need for an International Lender of Last Resort -- Stanley Fischer|
This is a slightly revised version of a paper prepared for delivery at the joint luncheon of the American Economic Association and the American Finance Association
|December 28, 1998 -- The IMF: Doctor, Savior--or Wastrel? - A Letter to the Editor|
This article by Michael Mussa, Director of the IMF’s Research Department was published in Business Week, December 28, 1998
|December 21, 1998 -- Press Conference by Michael Mussa on the Interim Assessment of the World Economic Outlook and International Capital Markets|
Transcript of a press conference on the Interim Assessment of the World Economic Outlook and International Capital Markets.
|December 14, 1998 -- IMF Survey:|
Financial market turbulence; IMF approves Brazil credit; U.S. inflation and unemployment; debt relief for Honduras and Nicaragua; Camdessus in Latin America; corporate debt in east Asia; and budget reform in Lithuania. PDF File Size: 405Kb
|December 08, 1998 -- Brazil -- Technical Memorandum of Understanding Letter of intent|
Sets out the specific performance criteria, indicative targets, and assumptions that will be applied under the arrangement for Brazil and details some specific daily data that the authorities will provide to the staff of the Fund.
|December 02, 1998 -- Press Release: IMF Approves SDR 13 Billion Stand-By Credit for Brazil; Activates NAB|
|December 01, 1998 -- Transcript: Financial Markets: Coping With Turbulence|
Transcript of a an Economic Forum that discussed the financial crisis that began in Asia, spread to Russia, and is now threatening Latin America. The turbulence--and its contagion--in financial markets has prompted a wide range of efforts to improve the international financial system.
|November 30, 1998 -- IMF Survey:|
Impact of euro introduction, debt assistance for Honduras and Nicaragua, IMF press conference on Brazil, Camdessus on financial sector reforms, Max Corden on Asian crisis, sound banking in sub-Saharan Africa, and bank restructuring in Kazakhstan. PDF File Size: 564Kb
|November 25, 1998 -- The global economy: still in crisis? -- Remarks by Michel Camdessus|
Given at the International Financial Congress: Finantia '98, Madrid
|November 18, 1998 -- Financial Sector Soundness and International Financial Reform--Address by Michel Camdessus|
given to the Federation of Latin American Banks, Panama
|November 16, 1998 -- IMF Survey:|
Brazil-IMF conclude negotiations on financing package, UNCTAD report on foreign direct investment; Camdessus on financial reform, Group of Seven plan for financial reform, and financial sector development in sub-Saharan Africa. PDF File Size: 413Kb
|November 13, 1998 -- Brazil Letter of Intent, November 13, 1998|
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 13, 1998 -- News Brief: Camdessus Welcomes Conclusion of Talks on Brazil’s Program|
|November 13, 1998 -- IMF Press Conference of Michel Camdessus, Managing Director and Stanley Fischer, First Deputy Managing Director|
And now, let me tell you my pleasure in announcing that today, the Brazilian authorities and an IMF team have successfully concluded negotiations on a strong three-year program of economic and financial reform.
|November 09, 1998 -- Reforming the International Monetary System -- Stanley Fischer|
This is a revised, but still preliminary, draft of material presented as the David Finch Lecture, Melbourne
|November 02, 1998 -- IMF Survey:|
Brazil-IMF discussions; capital account liberalization issues; Governors' Annual Meetings addresses; Sutherland's Per Jacobbson lecture; Group of 24 communique; and Camdessus on poverty and social justice. PDF File Size: 345Kb
|October 29, 1998 -- Press Briefing by Video Conference on Southern Africa by First Deputy Managing Director Stanley Fischer|
I'm looking forward to discussing your questions about the economy of Southern Africa and about the work and the views of the IMF. I'd like to touch on what happened in the Fifty-Third Annual Meetings of the IMF and the World Bank that finished precisely three weeks ago.
|October 20, 1998 -- News Brief: Joint Communiqué of the Brazilian Authorities and the IMF Management|
|October 15, 1998 -- Press Briefing by Teleconference with Hong Kong SAR and Singapore by First Deputy Managing Director Stanley Fischer|
We finished the Annual Meetings at the end of last week, and the focus there was on two things. The first was the new international economic, financial architecture, the other part was about the question of how to deal with the current crisis before there's time to make a lot of change in the architecture.
|October 08, 1998 -- Joint Statement of Understanding by the Brazilian Authorities and the IMF Management|