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Updated June 29, 2015
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|November 17, 2014 -- IMF Survey : More Efficient Public Investment a Mideast, Central Asia Priority|
Improving the efficiency of public infrastructure investment across many oil exporters in the Middle East and North Africa and the Caucasus and Central Asia is now more important than ever, a new IMF study says.
|April 04, 2014 -- IMF Survey : Iran Presses Ahead with Economic Reforms|
The Islamic Republic of Iran has made progress toward stabilizing its economy in recent months, but the country needs to advance comprehensive reforms to lay the basis for a return to growth and create needed jobs, the IMF says.
|May 25, 2012 -- IMF Survey: Global Economy Learns to Absorb Oil Price Hikes|
Despite a fourfold increase in oil prices over the past decade, the world has absorbed the price hikes with relatively little disruption due to fundamental changes in the workings of the global economy, and better policies to cope with the rise.
|October 24, 2010 -- IMF Survey: Growth Rebounds in Middle East, North Africa|
The Middle East and North Africa region is experiencing a robust recovery, aided by rising oil prices and higher oil production levels, a new IMF report says. The Regional Economic Outlook for the area adds that non-oil activity is also projected to pick up, but more gradually.
|September 28, 2010 -- IMF Survey: Iran to Cut Oil Subsidies in Energy Reform|
The Islamic Republic of Iran has begun eliminating energy subsidies, a move that could transform the way the country's economy works and influence reform in other energy-producing countries, IMF economists say.