Selected Decisions and Selected Documents of the IMF, Thirty- Sixth Issue -- Making the Misreporting Policies Less Onerous in De Minimis CasesPrepared by the Legal Department of the IMF
As updated as of December 31, 2011
|ARTICLE V, SECTION 3(a), (b), AND (c)|
|Use of Fund Resources|
1. In order to address cases of misreporting that are considered to be de minimis in nature, the following amendments are hereby made to the decisions referred to below. To be considered de minimis, a deviation from a performance criterion, assessment criterion or other specified condition would be so small as to be trivial with no impact on the assessment of performance under the relevant member’s program, as illustrated by the examples set out in Table 1 of EBS/06/86.
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Decision No. 13849-(06/108), December 20, 2006
1 Paragraphs 2–7 of this decision contain amendments that have been inserted into the respective amended decisions (i.e., Decision Nos. 7842-(84/165), 11832-(98/119) ESAF, 13561-(05/85), 11436-(97/10), 13564-(05/85), and 13183-(04/10).