|Listed below are items related to the People's Republic of China, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|April 26, 2001 -- Transcript -- Press Conference on the World Economic Outlook|
In my remarks this morning, I will comment briefly on the global economic outlook and key policy issues for the main industrial countries, then turn to David Robinson and Tam Bayoumi for some brief remarks on the rest of the policy and analytical content of the present WEO.
|April 13, 2001 -- Transcript--Panel Discussion on Macroeconomic Policies and Poverty Reduction|
I think a question which many people have asked out loud, or thought quietly to themselves, is: Why is the IMF doing anything about poverty? Some here have stronger views on that than others, and I'm sure that as this discussion gets going, you will figure out which is which.
|March 01, 2001 -- Finance & Development, March 2001 - The Financing of Private Enterprise in China|
By Neil Gregory and Stoyan Tenev - A 1999 survey of more than 600 private Chinese enterprises revealed that they relied primarily on self-financing. For China's private sector to thrive, firms will need increased access to external loan and equity financing.
|February 19, 2001 -- IMF Survey:|
Davos meeting; IMF Board confers with UN ambassadors; China quota; IMF ethics, financial disclosure guidelines; sovereign bond restructurings; US economic policy options; Turkey program; Emerging Market Financing; and evaluating reserve adequacy. PDF File Size: 640Kb
|February 08, 2001 -- News Brief: IMF Board of Governors Approves Quota Increase for China|
|February 05, 2001 -- IMF Survey:|
Capital adequacy requirements; El-Erian on capital markets; Schinasi on OTC derivatives; Corden on exchange regimes in developing countries; Sir Alan Whittome; Fischer on globization & Africa; technical assistance; and emerging markets & global finance. PDF File Size: 774Kb
|January 22, 2001 -- IMF Survey:|
Köhler's trip to Asia and remarks on exchange rate policy; American Economic Assocation conference; Aninat on China and WTO accession; Drazen on political economy of reform; and Tirole on banking regulation and IMF's mission. PDF File Size: 681Kb
|January 14, 2001 -- China, Globalization, and the IMF -- Address by Eduardo Aninat|
Given at The Foundation for Globalization Cooperation's Second Globalization Forum, Sanya City, China
|January 11, 2001 -- Opening of the IMF's Hong Kong SAR Resident Representative Office -- Remarks by Horst Köhler|
|January 08, 2001 -- IMF Survey:|
22 countries qualify for HIPC assistance; Brau on Treasurer's Department; economic issues in sub-Saharan Africa; China quota increase; statistical quality; price subsidy reform; Argentine program; SDR currency basket; and new economy issues. PDF File Size: 963Kb
|January 06, 2001 -- Exchange Rate Regimes: Is the Bipolar View Correct? -- Address by Stanley Fischer|
Prepared for delivery as the Distinguished Lecture on Economics in Government, jointly sponsored by the American Economic Association and the Society of Government Economists, at the meetings of the American Economic Association, New Orleans
|January 04, 2001 -- Press Release: IMF Proposes Quota Increase for China|
|January 01, 2001 -- Are African Current Account Deficits Different? Stylized Facts, Transitory Shocks, and Decomposition Analysis|
Author/Editor: Zanforlin, L. | Chong, Alberto | Calderón, César
Series: Working Paper No. 01/4
|January 01, 2001 -- Monetary Independence in Emerging Markets: Does the Exchange Rate Regime Make a Difference?|
Author/Editor: Borensztein, Eduardo | Zettelmeyer, Jeromin | Philippon, Thomas
Series: Working Paper No. 01/1
|January 01, 2001 -- China's Provincial Growth Dynamics|
Author/Editor: Aziz, Jahangir | Duenwald, Christoph
Series: Working Paper No. 01/3
|January 01, 2001 -- Budgetary Transparency for Public Expenditure Control|
Author/Editor: Reviglio, Franco
Series: Working Paper No. 01/8
|November 06, 2000 -- IMF Survey:|
The merits of monetary options in developed and emerging market countries; report on Group of 20 meeting in Montreal; joint China-IMF seminars on statistics; controlling HIV/AIDS epidemic in Swaziland; integrating the poor into the official legal system to unleash their economic potential; a new look at debt models and sovereign debt. PDF File Size: 471Kb
|November 03, 2000 -- Transition Economies: An IMF Perspective on Progress and Prospects -- An IMF Issues Brief|
The race to transform centrally planned economies into market economies has led, ten years later, to one group of countries approaching the finish line, others languishing at various points along the track, and a few barely off the starting blocks.
|September 26, 2000 -- Statement by the Hon. Dai Xianglong, Governor of the IMF for the People's Republic Of China, at the Joint Annual Discussion|
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|September 19, 2000 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on the IMF's World Economic Outlook|
The world economy in the first year of the new millennium is enjoying the strongest growth in more than a decade and, despite recent increases in oil prices that have kicked up headline inflation rates in industrial countries, on the whole inflation in the world economy remains very well contained.