IMF / 2021 ANNUAL MEETINGS ADVANCER

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The IMF and World Bank are set to launch a hybrid version of their Annual Meetings in Washington, DC next week, from 12 to 23 October. IMF

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DATELINE: 07 OCTOBER 2021, WASHINGTON, DC

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07 OCTOBER 2021, WASHINGTON, DC

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The IMF and World Bank are set to launch a hybrid version of their Annual Meetings in Washington, DC next week, from 12 to 23 October.

The Fund will launch the World Economic Outlook forecast for global growth next Tuesday showing that COVID-19 vaccinations are helping economies, but growth is expected to moderate slightly this year.

IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva laid those themes out Tuesday (5 Oct) of a world marked by increasing divergence and hobbled by pandemic, in a speech hosted by Bocconi University in Milan to unofficially launch the Meetings.

The IMF will also launch its other Flagship reports – the Fiscal Monitor and Global Financial Stability Report, followed by a week of virtual and in-person meetings and events for its 190-country membership and the public.
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