|The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on July 29, 2016. Listed below are items related to the Republic of Korea, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|April 13, 2000 -- Transcript of a Press Conference by Mr. Stanley Fischer, IMF Acting Managing Director|
This is the traditional Managing Director's press briefing for the Spring Meetings.
|March 30, 2000 -- Millennium: The IMF in the New Century -- A Video|
Notes: View the full-length video
|March 06, 2000 -- IMF Survey:|
Nominations for IMF Managing Director; Interview with Claudio Loser; Tribute to Sir Joseph Gold; Pacific Island technical assistance; Finance & Development March issue; Sugisaki on the Caribbean; Conference on contagion; Emerging market prospects; Korean economic recovery. PDF File Size: 680Kb
|February 15, 2000 -- Republic of Korea: Statistical Appendix|
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 00/10
|February 15, 2000 -- Republic of Korea: Economic and Policy Developments|
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 00/11
|February 08, 2000 -- Transcript of IMF Managing Director Michel Camdessus' Farewell Press Conference|
My only purpose this morning is to bid farewell to all of you and to tell you my thanks for your attitude toward the Fund, and myself, during my long stay here.
|February 02, 2000 -- Presentation by Stanley Fischer to the International Financial Institution Advisory Commission|
The recent crises have posed difficult new challenges, to which we responded swiftly; we are now seeing the benefits of most of the policies we recommended. But the crises also revealed the need for reform of the Fund and its activities. The process of reform is now well under way, but far from complete.
|January 25, 2000 -- The Unfinished Reform Agenda in Asia: How Much Does it Matter in the Context of Renewed Growth? -- Address by Hubert Neiss|
Given at the IMF Media Seminar, Singapore
|January 01, 2000 -- Financial Crisis and Credit Crunch in Korea - Evidence from Firm-Level Data|
Author/Editor: Borensztein, Eduardo | Lee, Jong-Wha
Series: Working Paper No. 00/25
|January 01, 2000 -- Deposit Insurance : Actual and Good Practices|
Author/Editor: G. G. Garcia
Series: Occasional Paper No. 197
|December 29, 1999 -- Public Information Notice: IMF Concludes Article IV Consultation with Korea|
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.
|December 17, 1999 -- News Brief: IMF Board Completes Korea Review|
|December 02, 1999 -- Crisis, Restructuring, and Recovery in Korea -- Remarks by Michel Camdessus|
Given at the Conference on Economic Crisis and Restructuring, Seoul, Korea
|November 27, 1999 -- From the Crises of the 1990s to the New Millennium -- Remarks by Michel Camdessus|
Given to the International Graduate School of Management (IESE) Palacio de Congresos, Madrid, Spain.
|November 24, 1999 -- Korea Letter of Intent and Memorandum of Economic Policies, November 24, 1999|
This Letter of Intent of the government of Korea describes the policies that Korea intends to implement in the context of its request for financial support from the IMF.
|October 18, 1999 -- The Road to a Sustainable Recovery in Asia -- Address by Stanley Fischer|
Remarks prepared for delivery at a meeting of the World Economic Forum in Singapore, October 18 1999
|October 01, 1999 -- Monitoring Banking Sector Fragility - A Multivariate Logit Approach|
Author/Editor: Demirgüç-Kunt, Asli | Detragiache, Enrica
Series: Working Paper No. 99/147
|September 30, 1999 -- Transcript of a Press Conference by IMF Managing Director Michel Camdessus|
Given at the conclusion of the 1999 Annual Meetings
|September 29, 1999 -- Statement by the Hon. Bong-kyun Kang, Governor of the IMF for Korea, at the Joint Annual Discussion|
PDF File Size: 10Kb
|September 25, 1999 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing on the Report on Financial Sector Crisis and Restructuring: Lessons from Asia|
The conclusions that are described in this paper are preliminary, because this is not over yet. So this is what we have learned so far, but over time there are more lessons to come.