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Jobs Slowly Recovering From Crisis, Favoring Higher Skills

Today’s job market demands more specialized skills, with migration and technology helping—not hurting—chances of high-quality employment, according to the March 2015 issue of Finance & Development (F&D) magazine.

Serbia’s Economic Program Aims to Support Growth and Job Creation

The Western Balkans’ second largest economy now has a window of opportunity to break from past policies and embark on a path to stabilize and reform its economy.

IMF Readies Loan for Ghana to Support Reform Plan

An IMF staff team in Ghana reaches agreement with the government on a new economic reform program that would be supported by an IMF loan of about $940 million. The loan would back a program aimed at boosting economic growth and tightening fiscal discipline.

Oil Price Collapse Vindicates Gabon’s Aim to Diversify

The plunge in oil prices since mid-2014 shows that Gabon’s plan to diversify its economy away from overdependence on oil is clearly the right way to go and is now more relevant than ever, IMF staff says in a regular review of the Central African nation’s economy.

Favorable Prospects for Malaysia’s Diversified Economy

After a year of very strong growth of 6 percent, lower energy export prices in 2015 will likely contribute to growth moderating to a still impressive rate of close to 5 percent, say IMF economists.
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