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IMF: Infrastructure governance can’t improve in Africa if our framework not implemented

IMF: Infrastructure governance can’t improve in Africa if our framework not implemented

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says infrastructure governance can’t improve in Africa if the recommended framework is not implemented. Two officials of the organisation made the comments on Wednesday during a The post IMF: Infrastructure governance can’t improve in Africa if our framework not implemented appeared first on TheCable.

IMF adivses Nigeria to remove tax exemptions, says economy still at risk

IMF adivses Nigeria to remove tax exemptions, says economy still at risk

Catherine Pattillo, assistant director, fiscal affairs department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), has advised Nigeria to remove tax exemptions because the economy is still at risk. Answering questions from The post IMF adivses Nigeria to remove tax exemptions, says economy still at risk appeared first on TheCable.

Follow TheCable for live updates from the 2018 IMF/WBG Spring meetings

Follow TheCable for live updates from the 2018 IMF/WBG Spring meetings

At the 2017 annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank Group, Christine Lagarde, IMF managing director, advised world leaders to invest in their people. During his The post Follow TheCable for live updates from the 2018 IMF/WBG Spring meetings appeared first on TheCable.

IMF says Nigerians getting poorer, calls for ‘urgent and coherent’ economic policies

IMF says Nigerians getting poorer, calls for ‘urgent and coherent’ economic policies

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says Nigerians are getting poorer and that “coherent and comprehensive” economic reforms are urgently needed in the country. The gross domestic product report released by The post IMF says Nigerians getting poorer, calls for ‘urgent and coherent’ economic policies appeared first on TheCable.

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