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|Listed below are items related to the People's Republic of China Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|October 02, 1998 -- Transcript: Capital Account Liberalization: What's the Best Stance?|
From an Economic Forum with Jagdish Bhagwati, Richard Cooper, Barry Eichengreen, Ricardo Hausmann, Michael Mussa, moderated by J. (Onno) de Beaufort Wijnholds.
|September 30, 1998 -- Press Briefing by Michael Mussa, Economic Counselor and Director Research Department|
Transcript of a press conference on the October 1998 World Economic Outlook
|September 21, 1998 -- Press Conference on The 1998 International Capital Markets Report|
Welcome to this briefing on the IMF staff's 1998 International Capital Markets Report.
|June 04, 1998 -- People's Republic of China - Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Recent Economic Developments|
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 98/41
|April 13, 1998 -- IMF Press Conference on the World Economic Outlook|
I would like to welcome you to the press conference on the World Economic Outlook being given by Mr. Michael Mussa, Economic Counselor and Director of the Research Department of the IMF.
|February 16, 1998 -- Press Information Notice: IMF Article IV Consultation Discussions held in 1997 with the People's Republic of China in Respect of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region|
Public Information Notices (PINs) form part of the IMF's efforts to promote transparency of the IMF's views and analysis of economic developments and policies.
|January 16, 1998 -- Press Conference by Mr. Michel Camdessus, Managing Director of the Intenational Monetary Fund|
Transcript of a Press Conference held on January 16, 1998 in Kuala Lumpur, Indonesia
|December 19, 1997 -- Press Conference of Michael Mussa, Economic Counsellor and Director, Research Department|
I'd like to welcome you to the press conference of Mr. Michael Mussa, Economic Counselor and Director of Research of the International Monetary Fund, who will present the IMF staff's Interim Assessment of the World Economic Outlook.
|December 18, 1997 -- Press Conference of Michel Camdessus, Managing Director|
But there are a few items on which I owe you a few explanations. One is the important initiative of Japan yesterday in the fiscal and banking areas--an initiative we do welcome here. Second, in the Fund these last few days, we have been quite busy with the adoption of a new instrument for the IMF to be even more effective in addressing what we call here the crisis of the 21st Century. But as the 21st Century has started 2 years ago or 3 years ago in Mexico, we will immediately utilize this instrument for the continuation of our program in Korea.
|November 18, 1997 -- The Global Financial System: Status Report--Address by Shigemitsu Sugisaki|
Prepared for presentation at the 11th International Conference of the International Federation of Associations of Business Economists (IFABE), The Global Economy: Three Worlds or One, Vancouver, Canada
|October 06, 1997 -- IMF Survey:|
Featured in this issue: proceedings of IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings in Hong Kong (including overview and texts of speeches, press conferences, and official communiques). Decisions on IMF quota increase and IMF role in capital account liberalization. Also, summary of international capital markets report (to be published in December). PDF File Size: 623Kb
|September 25, 1997 -- Concluding Remarks by Michel Camdessus|
Concluding Remarks by Michel Camdessus at the Closing Joint Session of the Annual Meetings, Hong Kong, China
|September 25, 1997 -- Press Conference by Michel Camdessus, Managing Director|
You have possibly heard or read my concluding remarks at the Annual Meeting this morning. They were quite straightforward, and I presume that in preparing or writing your own concluding papers you have put the emphasis on the four-and-a-half points I put hastily together to capture the sense of the meeting.
|September 23, 1997 -- Statement by The Honourable Tung Chee Hwa, the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic Of China, at the Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund|
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|September 23, 1997 -- Address by Michel Camdessus to the Board of Governors of the Fund|
Address by Michel Camdessus to the Board of Governors of the Fund, Hong Kong, China
|September 21, 1997 -- Joint Press Conference by Philippe Maystadt, Chairman Interim Committee and Michel Camdessus|
Ladies and gentlemen, at its meeting in Washington last April, the Interim Committee requested the IMF Executive Board to complete its work on quotas and SDRs, and to report in time for the Hong Kong meeting. Needless to say, the Committee today warmly welcomed the agreements on these two issues.
|September 19, 1997 -- Seminar--Asia and the IMF--Stanley Fischer|
The recent market turmoil in the region has raised two fundamental sets of questions: the first, about the sustainability of the Asian miracle; and the second, about the risks of capital account liberalization.
|September 18, 1997 -- Press Conference by Michel Camdessus, Managing Director|
First of all, welcome to this press conference and welcome to Hong Kong, this city which offers us so many exciting glimpses of the 21st century. This being said, we did not come here for dreaming but for working and working hard, so I will start as usual by giving you the menu of our work, in the form of the agenda of the Interim Committee.
|September 05, 1997 -- Hong Kong, China: Growth, Structural Change, and Economic Stability During the Transition|
Author/Editor: Dodsworth, John | Mihaljek, Dubravko
Series: Occasional Paper No. 152
|July 16, 1997 -- Hong Kong-Recent Economic Developments|
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 97/49
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