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|Morocco and the IMF|
Updated July 10, 2017
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|May 02, 2017 -- For Middle East and North Africa Region, Reforms Can Refuel Growth Engines|
|March 01, 2017 -- Morocco: Reducing Gender Inequality Can Boost Growth|
|August 02, 2016 -- With IMF’s $3.47 Billion Liquidity Line, Morocco Can Build Upon Economic Progress|
|February 23, 2015 -- IMF Survey : Moroccan Economy on the Right Track|
The Moroccan economy is faring better due to significant progress in implementing economic reforms, but the country should sustain efforts to maintain gains and achieve higher and inclusive growth, the IMF said in its latest annual assessment of the economy and first review of the liquidity line that Morocco obtained from the global lender in 2014.
|April 16, 2014 -- IMF Survey : IMF Promotes Debate on Economic Change in the Middle East|
Countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) need resolute policy actions to lift growth, create jobs, promote fairness, and diversify their economies, says the IMF.
|August 03, 2012 -- IMF Survey: Morocco Taps $6.2 Billion Precautionary Loan from IMF|
The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund has approved a $6.2 billion liquidity line for Morocco to help protect the country against swings in oil prices and potential fallout from the downturn in Europe.
|October 11, 2009 -- IMF Survey: Sound Policies Soften Crisis Impact on Middle East|
Oil exporters in the Middle East and North Africa have been hit by the global crisis through a sharp drop in oil prices and lower capital inflows, but the blow has been softened by countercyclical government spending, the IMF’s new regional outlook says.
|March 13, 2009 -- IMF Survey: Africa Conference Debates Way Forward Amid Crisis|
The international donor community must honor its commitments to Africa, but the continent can also do more to live up to its growth potential and strengthen its resilience, concluded participants at a two-day conference on Africa's economy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.