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The International and Monetary Financial Committee met in Washington, DC on Friday, the culmination of the World Bank and IMF Annual Meetings. IMF
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STORY: IMF / IMFC B-ROLL
TRT: 1:34
SOURCE: IMF
RESTRICTIONS: NONE
LANGUAGE: NATS

DATELINE: 14 OCTOBER 2022, WASHINGTON DC
SHOTLIST
14 OCTOBER 2022, WASHINGTON, DC

1.Wide shot, IMF Building Exterior
2.Close up, IMF Signage, Exterior
3.Wide shot, Andrew Bailey, GOVERNOR BANK OF ENGLAND, Interior
4.Wide shot, WTO Secretary General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva, and Nadia Calvino, Interior
5. Close up, Kristalina Georgieva, Nadia Calvino, Interior
6. Med shot, US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, Interior
7.Close up, Jerome Powell, Interior
8. Wide shot, Nigerian Finance Minister Zainab Shamsuna Ahmed, Interior
9. Med shot, Jerome Powell, Andrew Bailey seated together
10. Wide shot, IMFC Plenary Room, Interior
11. Med shot, Kristalina Georgieva, Interior
12. Wide shot, Nadia Calvino, António Guterres, Interior
13. Med shot, IMFC Chair Nadia Calvino w gavel, UN Secretary-General António Guterres , Interior
14. Wide shot, Kristalina Georgieva, Nadia Calvino, Interior
15. Wide shot, IMFC Plenary room, Interior
16. Wide shot, IMF Annual Meetings Signage, HQ1 Exterior
17. Wide shot, IMF Annual Meetings Signage, Exterior

STORYLINR:

The International and Monetary Financial Committee met in Washington, DC Friday (14 Oct), the culmination of the World Bank and IMF Annual Meetings.

The group’s Chairman Nadia Calvino of Spain released a statement summarizing negotiations and talks around the 46th Meeting that the IMFC’s members see the global economy at a delicate moment.

“The global recovery is slowing amidst high uncertainties. Hit by multiple shocks, the global economy is facing significant challenges, and the outlook is more difficult than in April and subject to downside risks. More than two years of pandemic, followed by Russia’s war against Ukraine, are weighing heavily on economic activity with significant impact on livelihoods,” the statement opened.

“Inflation is at multi-decade highs, debt is elevated, food and energy security risks are increasing, supply-chain and trade disruptions persist, and financial conditions are tightening, while capital flow and exchange rate volatility have increased,” the statement continued.

The IMFC was unable to reach consensus on a communique due to resistance by the Russian delegation.

“The global economy is subject to increased fragmentation risks. The steep rise in the cost of living is affecting everyone, with the most vulnerable hit the hardest. These developments come on top of intensifying inequality, debt vulnerabilities, and climate shocks,” the statement read.

The group called for cohesive action to tackle the greatest problems.

“Urgent multilateral action is needed to address shared challenges. We will further step up efforts to overcome the food crisis in coordination with international organizations and development partners and, in this context, will focus on supporting affected countries in protecting vulnerable populations from the impact of food price shocks and on lifting of export restrictions on food and fertil
STORYLINE
/ IMFC B-ROLL
TRT: 1:34
SOURCE: IMF
RESTRICTIONS: NONE
LANGUAGE: NATS

DATELINE: 14 OCTOBER 2022, WASHINGTON DC


SHOTLIST:

14 OCTOBER 2022, WASHINGTON, DC

1.Wide shot, IMF Building Exterior
2.Close up, IMF Signage, Exterior
3.Wide shot, Andrew Bailey, GOVERNOR BANK OF ENGLAND, Interior
4.Wide shot, WTO Secretary General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva, and Nadia Calvino, Interior
5. Close up, Kristalina Georgieva, Nadia Calvino, Interior
6. Med shot, US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, Interior
7.Close up, Jerome Powell, Interior
8. Wide shot, Nigerian Finance Minister Zainab Shamsuna Ahmed, Interior
9. Med shot, Jerome Powell, Andrew Bailey seated together
10. Wide shot, IMFC Plenary Room, Interior
11. Med shot, Kristalina Georgieva, Interior
12. Wide shot, Nadia Calvino, António Guterres, Interior
13. Med shot, IMFC Chair Nadia Calvino w gavel, UN Secretary-General António Guterres , Interior
14. Wide shot, Kristalina Georgieva, Nadia Calvino, Interior
15. Wide shot, IMFC Plenary room, Interior
16. Wide shot, IMF Annual Meetings Signage, HQ1 Exterior
17. Wide shot, IMF Annual Meetings Signage, Exterior

STORYLINR:

The International and Monetary Financial Committee met in Washington, DC Friday (14 Oct), the culmination of the World Bank and IMF Annual Meetings.

The group’s Chairman Nadia Calvino of Spain released a statement summarizing negotiations and talks around the 46th Meeting that the IMFC’s members see the global economy at a delicate moment.

“The global recovery is slowing amidst high uncertainties. Hit by multiple shocks, the global economy is facing significant challenges, and the outlook is more difficult than in April and subject to downside risks. More than two years of pandemic, followed by Russia’s war against Ukraine, are weighing heavily on economic activity with significant impact on livelihoods,” the statement opened.

“Inflation is at multi-decade highs, debt is elevated, food and energy security risks are increasing, supply-chain and trade disruptions persist, and financial conditions are tightening, while capital flow and exchange rate volatility have increased,” the statement continued.

The IMFC was unable to reach consensus on a communique due to resistance by the Russian delegation.

“The global economy is subject to increased fragmentation risks. The steep rise in the cost of living is affecting everyone, with the most vulnerable hit the hardest. These developments come on top of intensifying inequality, debt vulnerabilities, and climate shocks,” the statement read.

The group called for cohesive action to tackle the greatest problems.

“Urgent multilateral action is needed to address shared challenges. We will further step up efforts to overcome the food crisis in coordination with international organizations and development partners and, in this context, will focus on supporting affected countries in protecting vulnerable populations from the impact of food price shocks and on lifting of export restrictions on food and fertilizers. We will continue to support vulnerable countries as they address their pressing financing needs and debt vulnerabilities,” it concluded.
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