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|Japan and the IMF|
Updated July 30, 2015
|The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on July 17, 2015. Listed below are items related to Japan, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|March 09, 2003 -- Transcript of Remarks by the Managing Director, Mr. Horst Köhler, at the Fourth Annual Conference of the Parliamentary Network on the World Bank, and Question and Answer Session with Parliamentarians, Athens, March 9, 2003|
|March 05, 2003 -- Asia--Economic Outlook and Policy Challenges, Remarks by David Burton, Director, Asia and Pacific Department, IMF|
Delivered to the Singapore Press Club and the Singapore Foreign Correspondents' Association, Singapore
|February 13, 2003 -- Japan's Lost Decade: Policies for Economic Revival|
Author/Editor: Callen, Tim | Ostry, Jonathan David
|January 08, 2003 -- Hopes and Fears: The Global Outlook, Asia, and the IMF, Remarks by Thomas C. Dawson, Director, External Relations Department, IMF|
Prepared text for remarks at Foreign Correspondents Club, Hong Kong, and Singapore International Chamber of Commerce
|November 07, 2002 -- Revitalizing Japan: Risks and Opportunities, A Commentary by Kenneth Rogoff, Economic Counsellor and Director, Research Department, IMF|
|November 06, 2002 -- Restoring Confidence to the Global Economy, An Article By IMF Managing Director Horst Köhler|
|October 15, 2002 -- World Economic Outlook Press Conference (Singapore) -- Opening Remarks by Kenneth Rogoff, Economic Counsellor and Director of Research Department, IMF|
|October 09, 2002 -- World Economic Outlook Press Conference (Tokyo)-- Opening Remarks, Kenneth Rogoff, Economic Counselor and Director of Research, IMF|
|September 29, 2002 -- Statement by the Hon. Masaru Hayami, Alternate Governor of the IMF and the World Bank for Japan, at the Joint Annual Discussion of the Boards of Governors of the IMF and World Bank, September 29, 2002|
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|September 29, 2002 -- Transcript of the Annual Meetings Closing Press Conference, by Ahmed Macki, Chairman of the 2002 Meetings, IMF Managing Director Horst Köhler and World Bank President James D. Wolfensohn|
|September 28, 2002 -- Statement by Hon. Masaru Hayami, Governor of the Bank of Japan and Alternate Governor of the IMF for Japan, At the Sixth Meeting of the International Monetary and Financial Committee, Washington, D.C., September 28, 2002|
The International Monetary and Financial Committee statement on behalf of Japan
|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 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 19, 2002 -- Transcript of a Briefing by Horst Köhler, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund at the Council of Foreign Relations, Washington, D.C.|
|September 18, 2002 -- Transcript of a Press Conference Call on the World Economic Outlook Analytic Chapters By Kenneth Rogoff, IMF Economic Counsellor and Director of the Research Department, David J. Robinson, Deputy Director of the Research Department and Tamim Bayoumi, Chief of the World Economic Studies Division|
I think that the clear message is that there are substantial costs to the global economy of maintaining agricultural protection at really astonishingly high levels.
|September 16, 2002 -- IMF Survey:|
Annual Meetings preview; trade-finance links; Global Financial Stability Report; Annual Report; Kohler on Japan; Globalization; Brazil loan; WAEMU's fiscal policy coordination; IMF rates; IMF arrangements; Use of credit; New on the Web; Publications PDF File Size: 796Kb
|September 10, 2002 -- Japan and the IMF, 50 Years of Economic Progress and International Leadership, Remarks by Horst Köhler, Managing Director, IMF|
Given at the Symposium to Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Japan's Membership in the IMF and the World Bank, Tokyo
|September 10, 2002 -- Opening Remarks for a Press Conference on Japan, by Managing Director, Horst Köhler, IMF|
Symposium to Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Japan's Membership in the IMF and the World Bank, Tokyo
|September 01, 2002 -- Asian Flu or Wall Street Virus? Price and Volatility Spillovers of the Tech and Non-Tech Sectors in the United States and Asia|
Author/Editor: Chan-Lau, Jorge A. | Ivaschenko, Iryna V.
Series: Working Paper No. 02/154
|August 29, 2002 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing By Thomas C. Dawson, Director, External Relations Department, IMF|
This is another of our regular press briefings, although it is our first briefing since August 1st. We'll be moving back to a two-week schedule at this point now that the Executive Board recess has ended.