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US Trade Tensions Threaten to Derail Central American (CDPR) Economy

TEGUCIGALPA, July 28, 2018 - Central bank governors, finance ministers, and banking superintendents of Central America, Panama, and the Dominican Republic, say while global growth is projected to remain robust at 3.9 percent over the next year,  there are serious threats to the region's economic stability particularly due to trade tensions.

World economy 'facing increasing risks' says IMF Managing Director

BUENOS AIRES,  Argentina, July 22, 2018 - Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Ms. Christine Lagarde, says the world economy is facing increasing risks, especially in the short term, from rising trade tensions, financial pressures in vulnerable emerging economies, and the return of sovereign risk in parts of the euro area.

GUYANA | IMF Predicts Favourable Prospects for Guyana's Economy

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, July 14, 2018 -  Guyana’s medium-term prospects are very favorable. Oil production is expected to commence in 2020, and additional oil discoveries have significantly improved the medium and long-term outlook. This is the word from the The International Monetary Fund (IMF), following its recent Article IV Consultation with the government of Guyana.

JAMAICA | Country must not return to IMF — Clarke

KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) April 12, 2012  — Finance and the Public Service Minister, Dr Nigel Clarke, says Jamaica must be disciplined in the management of its economic affairs in order to ensure that there will be no need to return to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), once the current programme relationship ends.
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