on the United States:
July 22, 2014
July 24, 2013
July 30, 2012
July 21, 2011
July 26, 2010
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Projected % Change
Source: World Economic Outlook (April 2015)
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|United States and the IMF|
Updated April 18, 2015
|The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on July 24, 2013. Listed below are items related to the United States, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|December 12, 2000 -- Transcript of Economic Forum: The Information Economy: New Paradigm or Old Fashion? December 12, 2000|
Recent experience in the U.S. with high growth, low unemployment, and low inflation has led a number of observers to conclude that maybe there's a new economy or a new economic paradigm in the United States.
|November 17, 2000 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing by Thomas Dawson, Director, IMF External Relations Department|
Discussions are continuing on a fiscal pact between the Argentine Government and provincial governors. A Fund mission will go to Buenos Aires when agreement is reached. As the Managing Director indicated in his statement last Friday, the IMF stands ready to support a program which, based on our judgment, should promote market confidence and a return to growth.
|November 08, 2000 -- Transcript of Economic Forum -- One World, One Currency: Destination or Delusion? November 8, 2000|
The title of this panel harks back to a publication of the European Union or the Commission, a report which was, if my memory serves, called One Market, One Money. And in fact it is the creation of that one money in Europe, the euro, that makes today's topic particularly relevant.
|November 07, 2000 -- In Search of Stability and Broadly-Shared Prosperity: Reform of the International Monetary System, Address by Horst Köhler, Managing Director, IMF|
Given at the Meeting with European Union Parliamentary Committees, Brussels, Belgium
|October 25, 2000 -- News Brief: IMF Welcomes U.S. Action on Debt Relief, IMF Contribution to HIPC|
|October 12, 2000 -- Latin America 2000 -- Address by Stanley Fischer|
Given at the LACEA Conference, Rio de Janeiro
|October 12, 2000 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing by Thomas Dawson, Director, IMF External Relations Department|
With regard to recent events concerning the Serbia and Montenegro, in recent days, members of the new team in the FRY have indicated publicly their interest in joining all international financial institutions, including the Fund.
|October 10, 2000 -- Transcript of a Radio Interview on International Debt Relief|
With Tony Boote, Policy Development and Review Department, IMF, John Ruthrauff, Oxfam America, and Whitney Debevoise, International finance attorney, on The Diane Rehm Show, WAMU-FM Washington, D.C.
|October 01, 2000 -- Tales From Two Neighbors: Productivity Growth in Canada and the United States|
Author/Editor: Cerisola, Martin D. | Chan-Lau, Jorge A.
Series: Working Paper No. 00/169
|September 26, 2000 -- Statement by the Hon. Lawrence H. Summers, Governor of the World Bank for the United States, at the Joint Annual Discussion|
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|September 25, 2000 -- Statement by Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers at the Development Committee of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, September 25, 2000|
|September 24, 2000 -- IMFC Statement by Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers to the International Monetary and Financial Committee, September 24, 2000|
The International Monetary and Financial Committee member for the U.S.
|September 24, 2000 -- Transcript of a Press Conference by the International Monetary and Financial Committee|
This is a live press conference to review the outcome of this afternoon's meeting of the International Monetary and Financial Committee of the IMF. To my immediate left is Gordon Brown, United Kingdom Chancellor of the Exchequer and further to my left is Horst Köhler, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund.
|September 23, 2000 -- Transcript of an IMF Press Conference by Ministers of Finance on Africa’s Prospects|
I am delighted to welcome all of you to this press conference today on Africa's economic prospects.
|September 22, 2000 -- Transcript of an IMF Press Conference: From Transition to EU Membership -- The Challenges in Developing Macroeconomic Frameworks|
The countries that have succeeded rather well in the transition have not only had good macroeconomic policies, they have also given great attention to the structural reforms that underpin those macroeconomic policies-things like the hard budget constraint and the enterprise sector and cleaning up the banking system.
|September 19, 2000 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on the IMF's World Economic Outlook|
The world economy in the first year of the new millennium is enjoying the strongest growth in more than a decade and, despite recent increases in oil prices that have kicked up headline inflation rates in industrial countries, on the whole inflation in the world economy remains very well contained.
|September 15, 2000 -- International Monetary Fund: Getting the Job Done -- Address by Eduardo Aninat, Deputy Managing Director, IMF|
Given at the Miami Herald Americas Conference, Miami
|September 11, 2000 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on the IMF's Annual International Capital Markets Report|
Good morning and welcome to this briefing on the IMF's latest report on international capital markets.
|September 05, 2000 -- United States of America: Selected Issues|
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 00/112
|September 01, 2000 -- Finance & Development, September 2000 - Funding the IMF: The Debate in the U.S. Congress|
By Mary Locke: It has been said that the U.S. Congress works in mysterious ways. During the 1997-98 debate on increasing funding for the IMF, some supporters of the IMF viewed the increasingly intense debate with foreboding. Even some knowledgeable insiders believed that opponents of the quota increase were getting the upper hand. So how was it that full funding was ultimately approved?