Money IMF continues to warn of pandemic risks
Lead 1-FMI-The Board of Directors will decide on Monday of the future of Georgieva-Sources
IMF-World Bank / Ethique-Georgieva (Lead 1, Photo): Lead 1-FMI-The Board of Directors decide This Monday of the future of Georgieva-Sources (adds the IMF release §4-5) Washington, 11 October (Reuters) - The Board of Directors of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) met Sunday with its director General, Kristalina Georgieva, and the law firm that accuses it for having put pressure in favor of China when it was stationed at the World Bank, said people informed.
The global economy will continue to grow - the international monetary fund is based on its current prognosis. But from the pandemic, big risks continued.
The worldwide recovery adheres to the latest economic forecast of the International Monetary Fund. However, the IMF corrected his forecast slightly down. Accordingly, the global economy will grow by 5.9 percentage points in the current year compared to the previous year.. For the year 2022, the institution leaves its growth outlook at 4.9 percent.
The Mayor calls Washington to close for good commercial quarrels
© Bastien Inzaurralde The French Minister of the Bruno Economy The Mayor during an interview with AFP in Washington on October 14, 2021 The French Minister of the French 'Bruno economy The Mayor called the United States to end "definitively" to commercial rivalries with Europe emphasizing that France "strong" and a "strong" Europe are in the interest of the United States, during the course. An interview with AFP Thursday in Washington.
The reason for the slightly trusted growth prospects is complex. Health risks are still high and prevented "a complete return to normal."
in the developed economies, especially problems within the supply chains would be added. By contrast,will become the vacuum trenches Deep . Only countries exporting much of raw materials could compensate for the growth risk. Nevertheless, productivity will increase overall - but it will not automatically come to more jobs, so the IMF.
after 2022, according to IMF, global growth will weaken the medium-term at about 3.3 percent in the medium term. However, developed economies will be significantly better and even record more pace than before the start of the pandemic. The lounger above all "measures to increase the potential" where the IMF addresses possible new aid packages for the economy in the industrialized countries T.
Excluded. Marie Portlano favorable to women's quotas on television: "When we do not force people, nothing changes!"
" It is necessary to impose rules " for it, there is no better way to get a parity men / women on the screen: " I was not favorable for quotas and Finally I listened to a very interesting interview with Christine Lagarde, the patroness of the IMF, who spoke about quotas and it made me change my mind. I realized that when we do not force people, nothing Change. At some point, rules must be imposed and therefore the quotas are these rules , "she says.
The trenches caused by access to vaccines should also deepen itself by IMF in the medium term. It is not the first time that the IMF has warned against aninflation remains central theme . The biggest reason for concern is that "more aggressive variants of SARS-COV-2 could emerge before a comprehensive vaccine is reached." An accelerated vaccination of the world population must have a top priority. At the same time, it must be invested in therapeutics. The IMF calls to vaccinate around 40 percent of the world's population by the end of 2021. By mid-2022 it would be 70 percent.
Total inflation rates are highly rose in many industrialized countries such as theand and some emerging markets. According to the IMF, the development is reflected above all "the pandemic imbalances between supply and demand as well as higher raw material prices" compared to previous years. In 2022 The price pressure is likely to let up the price.
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in some emerging and developing countries is likely to stop the price pressure but also as a reason the IMF calls the IMF increased food prices and downstream phrase N of higher energy prices. Currency losses imports in these countries are also likely to increase. However, the inflation prospects are subject to great uncertainty. These arise mainly from the course of the pandemic and the duration of the supply chain problems.
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Lions' Campbell keeps taking risks; results not there yet .
DETROIT (AP) — Dan Campbell is going down swinging. The first-year Detroit Lions coach, who is still seeking his first win, has gone for it on fourth down a league-high 10 times, including twice in Sunday's 24-14 loss to Chicago. Problem is, the Lions didn't convert either of those fourth-down opportunities, both of which they tried from field-goal range. That continues a trend for Detroit (0-4), which has succeeded on 3 of 10 fourth-down plays, a rate that ranks 25th in the league. Campbell isn't backing down. “I don’t regret any of them,” he said. The problem, players say, is their execution.