Christine Lagarde

  • Xed Social News Paper

    bulletin 20th Sep 2012 – 26th Sep 2012 IN BRIEF COVER STORY REFORMS AT LAST !!! ECONOMIC INDICATORS Brent Crude $110/barrel BSE 18,694.41 points (as on Tuesday, September 25) PERSONALITIES OF THE WEEK Christine Lagarde Sachin Bansal CORPORATE INTELLIGENCE BIG THREE MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCIES NEWS DIGEST… BUSINESS NEWS GLOBAL NEWS MISCELLANEOUS NEWS Wal-Mart plans to open its first outlet in India within 12-18 months More than two-thirds in

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  • Management MGMT-591 Dr. Cindy Phan Christine Spencer, as Team Coordinator, needed to understand the stages of group development in order for the group assignment to run efficiently. Once the forming stage was underway, each member should have been interested in getting to know each other and discovering what is considered acceptable behavior, in determining the real task of the team, and in defining group rules. Christine was able to identify each of the member’s qualities, strengths

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  • The Forgotten Group Member

    the process. This is where Christine was elected to be the Team Coordinator. Storming Stage- At this stage the members seem to be emotional and experience some sort of conflict. For example; Diane seeming not as open as the other members. She was able to suggest some great ideas but only when asked directly. Mike on the other hand had an issue with the meeting because of his television show. Steve seemed serious and wanted an agenda for a meeting they held. Christine was a perfectionist; she gave

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  • International Monetary Fund

    surveillance and efficient allocation of monetary resources across member countries. The Managing Director is the head of the IMF staff and Chairman of the Executive Board, and is assisted by four Deputy Managing Directors. Currently Christine Madeleine Odette Lagarde heads the IMF as managing director. To maintain stability and prevent crises in the international monetary system, the IMF reviews country policies, as well as national, regional, and global economic and financial developments through

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  • A Dolls House

    a new job as manager at the bank. Nora behaves like a little child and he enjoys treating her like one Nora’s friend, Mrs. Christine LInde, that she hasn’t seen in a long time returns to town. She explains to Nora that she hopes to find some work that isn’t too strenuous now that she is widowed, childless, and her husband left her no money. Nora then reveals to Christine how she borrowed money from Krogstad, whom is a lawyer and also works at the bank, that it really wasn’t money that her Papa

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  • Christine Ladd-Franklin

    Christine Ladd-Franklin History and Systems of Psychology Christine Ladd-Franklin Christine Ladd-Franklin would make history with her remarkable achievements in psychology. Christine was a mathematician, logician, and psychology. Christine had many influential people in her life that helped support and encouraged her passion for learning in a culture where women found it hard to enter college. These influences included her father, mother, and aunt as well as academic professors, such as

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  • European Sovereign Policy Solutions

    Cet accord a été particulièrement difficile à atteindre du fait de la résistance des banques. Il a fallu que Charles Dallara le directeur de l'Institut de la finance internationale y soit fortement "incité" par Angela Merkel, Nicolas Sarkozy, Christine Lagarde et Herman Van Rompuy112. Les banques doivent être recapitalisées pour un montant de 106 milliards d'Euros (30 milliards pour la Grèce, 26,1 milliard pour l'Espagne, 14,7 milliards pour l'Italie, 8,8 milliards pour la France et 5,1 milliards

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  • Christine de Pisan

    Humanities I, Application Project I Samantha Baker Matthews Hum 2123: General Humanities II Online Dr. Andrew Vassar Christine de Pisan: Building the City of Ladies Christine de Pisan was a pioneer in feminist literature. As the first feminist writer, she used her courtly influence to create a platform against female oppression. To comprehend the motivation behind Christine‘s provocative allegory “Le livre de la cite des dames” (The Book of the City of Ladies) one must consider the

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  • Group Development Case Study

    who is quiet but has very good ideas in the mind if when asked. Mike is a funny and relaxed guy. Steve is a business minded person, he is always makes sure that the meeting was productive. Janet is the matured one, she always puts in more efforts. Christine is the one who is organized and tried to give her best. 2. Storming stage: “The storming stage is one of high emotionality and tension among team members”. In this stage team members experience many changes. Individuals may have clashes between

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  • The Endless Crisis

    define the situation of stagnation itself as a prolonged effect from Great Financial Crisis and the failure of neoliberal economic policy dealing with the crisis. United States however not the only country that was effected by the crisis. Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the IMF, gave her speech in Washington on September 2011 that the world economy is entering another dangerous new crisis – not only the U.S. economy, but also the global growth as a whole that is slowing down. She stressed

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  • The Forgotten Group Member

    phase of the group development stage is forming. This phase is where the group starts coming together and introducing themselves. Referring to the case Study, The Organizational Behaviour Group Christine leads, comprises of Diane, Janet, Steve and Mike. The First group meeting in the case study involved Christine and her group getting acquitted with one another, which signals the forming phase. The second phase is Storming. This is often regarded as the hardest phase in a group development stage

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  • Christine Lagarde

    Leader 2: Christine Lagarde Christine Lagarde, born on 1 January, 1956 in Paris, France into a family of academics is the first woman to run the 188 country financial organization, spending much of her two years on the job, battling the debt crises in Europe and calling out for ailing global economies to accelerate steps for a stable growth. She succeeded Dominique Strauss-kahn as the next person to lead the IMF under a cloud of controversy and in the wake of the global economic crises.

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  • Too Big to Fail

    S. Securities and Exchange Commission) * Chance Kelly as Bart McDade (President and COO, Lehman Brothers) * Tom Mason as Bob Willumstad (Chairman and CEO, AIG) * Ajay Mehta as Vikram Pandit (CEO, Citigroup) * Laila Robins as Christine Lagarde (French Finance Minister) * Victor Slezak as Greg Curl (Director of Planning, Bank of America) * Joey Slotnick as Dan Jester (Retired Goldman Sachs banker and newly appointed Paulson Advisor) * Casey Biggs as Richard Kovacevich (Chairman

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  • Case Study

    Case Study I would say that Christine and the rest of the group are having their problems during the performing stage. The group seems to be having a lot of problems not only with the quality of work being performed but with the communication and getting along as well. During the norming stage, it seems as though the group had a general idea of what had to be done, who would do it and deadlines for assignments. Nothing seemed to be coming together during the performing stage though and with an

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  • Forgotten Team Member

    the group has gone through the forming stage by Christine’s reflection of the team members. The storming stage consists of the team going through a period of tension amongst the group members as they determine their roles and within the team. Christine makes reference to her doubt in Mike’s commitment to the team and the project as a whole. She also notes his lack of participation and excuses for not meeting his tasks. There are two references to a social dynamic that exists with four of the

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  • Case Study

    group development is because Christine is having difficulty getting the team together for meetings and there is tension among the group members. The group member Mike is never making the meetings and is allowing his personal life to effect the group. There are some characteristics of the norming stage because most members did complete their work, but the problem with Mike is affecting them to be completely in the norming stage. I believe that it is very important for Christine to understand the stages

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  • Rapport Baert Yano

    profit en trois tiers (actionnaires, salariés, investissement) ; or, qui définit ce qu’est le profit, sinon les normes comptables ? M. le président Didier Migaud. Les conclusions du rapport d’information vont être transmises officiellement à Mme Christine Lagarde, ministre de l’Économie, de l’industrie et de l’emploi, ainsi qu’au Sénat, en particulier aux membres du groupe de travail commun à l’Assemblée nationale et au Sénat. Je rappelle que ce groupe continue son travail sur les paradis fiscaux, côté

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  • Case Study

    learning as a result of running into them while meeting. Christine could have better managed the group by understanding the various stages of forming a group and identifying the group’s current stage. Groups in the Storming Stage require more coaching, training, supervision, and communication. Christine did not provide this to the group. Part II: Problem Identification The group is facing several primary and secondary problems. Primarily, Christine herself is not an effective leader for the group. There’s

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  • Primary Essay

    125000104 12/3/13 Christine de Pisan “Primary Source Essay” Whether born to a Father working in French nobility, or just being the average woman in society during the late 1300's, the support for education of women was unyielding. However, this firm belief men claimed was challenged by Christine de Pisan. Christine's recognition of “being the first European woman to earn her living as a writer” and being regarded as “one of the first Western feminists” were not her only feats. Christine disputed the

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  • Leadership Andorganizational Mgmt

    experiencing some tension and rebellion by one of its team members. Had Christine, understood the importance of understanding the stages of development, she could have laid a better foundation as team lead so that they could have avoided this cynical behavior and the energy and outcome of the project would have been better for all of those involved. Problem Identification The primary problem in the case study was that Christine had failed to set the proper expectations and orientation for the group

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  • Lonely People

    mp;nbsp; &n bsp;                   &nb sp;Thomas L. Lagarde</div></font> <hr width=100% <font face="Georgia" size="5"> Address: 128 Guadaville Guadalupe,Cebu City <br>Birthday: September18,1996 <br>Age: 17 years old <p>Educational Background:

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  • International Monetary Fund

    transfer of information due to technological advances. The Role of the IMF Funding While the IMF has been heavily involved in trying to resolve the crisis in the Eurozone, it is not the be-all end-all of solutions to the debt crisis. As Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF, stated at the World Economic Forum in January 2012, “The IMF is one of the tools but we need a toolkit (to address the problem) as it is at the moment unfolding”. The feeling given by this statement is that the problem has solutions

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  • World Economy

    holding out. And all the while, the eurozone economy deteriorates. The IMF predicts it will contract by 0.4 per cent before doing little better than stagnate in 2013. With so many reasons to fear the eurozone crisis will deepen one more, Christine Lagarde, managing director of the IMF, has again called for “urgent action” to see “co-ordinated implementation – multiple players playing one game”. If the two largest economic areas are facing big risks in the months ahead, emerging economies are struggling

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  • Fsfe

    1 Manager : That was stunningly beautiful singing, Christine. Christine : Your words never fail to praise. [Behind the scene] Raoul : Longing voice. Oh, my beautiful Christine! Your voice captivates me until this very day. How much have I loved you back then! Act 2 New manager : What do you want, phantom? Phantom : I have told you many times, I do not wish to see Carlotta perform Faust tonight. She cracks like a toad. I want Christine to play the lead role. New manager : In a heated voice

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  • Reflective Papaer

    conflicts amongst its members. Mike seems to be having conflict with the members of the team, though his issues may not be directly attributed to the group’s formation. Mike’s personal issues seemed to be magnified more once he became a team member. Had Christine had a better understanding of the stages of team development, she would have made sure that all the assigned tasks were being completed and that all members were actively involved in each stage of team development. Part II. Problem Identification

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  • The Forgotten Group Member

    composition within a company or organization. The group’s initial action was to elect a manager or “team coordinator.” As such, this person was to support the work efforts of the other group members. At the first meeting the team coordinator, Christine, informally analyzed and formed perceptions about each team member, including a negative perception about Mike and his priorities. Assuming that each group member also formed perceptions about the others, the group would be in the storming stage

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  • Ifrs Impact on French Banks

    banks securities volatility. In the financial crisis we are passing through, many personalities criticized the installation of IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards), and notably concerning the impact on fair value. According to Christine Lagarde (French Minister of Economy, Industry and Employment during its audition by the commission of finance and senate) their use would lead to a decrease of the banks’ valorization. Others, on the contrary, consider that international accounting standards

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  • Management

    company in 2008 with five disks of confidential information. A self-described whistle-blower, Falciani provided details on the 100,000-plus accounts to French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde, now head of the International Monetary Fund. She passed details from the cache -- which came to be known as the Falciani List or Lagarde List -- to governments around the world. When some account-holders’ names emerged during the financial crisis, the narrative of banks helping the wealthy avoid taxes fueled

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  • Case Study 7

    CASE STUDY 7 An understanding of the stages of group development could indeed help Christine in several ways. First, in the forming stage, Christine could have established some group rules to specify what is considered acceptable behavior. Indeed, she should have emphasized that attendance is mandatory, stated dates and times of meetings, personal lives should not interfere with teamwork, and that everyone analysis should be clear and typed. In effect, it is at this stage that a clear objective

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  • Rogue Treader

    l'annonce des pertes es_controles.html Christine Lagarde, “Rapport au Premier ministre concernant les enseignements à tirer des événements récemment intervenus à la Société Générale”. Ministry of Finances, 8 February 2008, p. 4. Hereafter called “Rapport Lagarde”. Ibid. Nicola Clark and David Jolly, “Société Générale loses $7 billion in trading fraud”. International Herald Tribune, 24 January 2008.

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  • Ms. Christine Porter

    The Theory Why and When Companies Should Diversify Christine Porter Financial Management Dr. Morrison February 24, 2015 What is Diversification? It’s a technique that reduces risk by allocating investments among various financial instruments, industries and other categories. It aims to maximize return by investing in different areas that would each react differently to the same event. Although diversification does not guarantee

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  • Asean

    accounted for more than a third of total global growth over the past five years – and for almost half of the emerging and developing economies’ growth. “China’s success is critical to the success of the global economy,” IMF managing director Christine Lagarde warned during a visit to China in March. To put it simply, the days of double-digit economic growth numbers in the Middle Kingdom seem to be over. But it’s not only the speed of expansion that matters. “China will probably report close to 7%

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  • Part 1

    living room. It took me a second to hear a little girl yelling, “Ms. Mason. Ms. Mason. Open the door please.” I knew that little voice, Christine Collins the girl next door I watch. Tears rolling down her face, “Please it’s my mommy…help her.” Christine’s mother was lying on the living room floor. “Mrs. Collins? Can you hear me? It’s Beth.” I glanced at Christine whose head was berried in her hands. How do I tell an eight-year-old girl her mother wasn’t breathing? I pulled her next to me, “Sweetie”

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  • Strategic Expansion Proposal for Taco Bell to Malaysia

    The Malaysian Ringgit is one of Asia’s best performing currencies (Dey, 2010). In 2010, it had appreciated by 6% against the US dollar, 19% against the euro and 16% against the British pound (World Bank, 2011).  However, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde (2012) said Malaysia needed to address the concentration of FDI and the worrisome high-debt ratio against the country's GDP.The government budget deficit only represented 4.3% of the GDP in 2012; with low level of female workforce participation

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  • Loving the Bad Man

    Bad Man is about a traumatic experience; rape of a young woman and the man who raped her. Christine Thompson is a young Christian woman loved by those who know her and her family, father, mother, and brother. Christine is raped by a young angry man named Mike Connor and she becomes pregnant and gives birth to a boy she names Arthur. Mike is committed to prison for 10 to 20 years for his crime on the day Christine gives birth. They come together through Christine’s faith in God and His word for forgiveness

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  • History 102 Term Paper

    have still been criticized as creating yet another unfair competitive environment for other Eurozone members. According to many economists – such as Martin Wolf and Wolfgang Münchau from the Financial Times – and later French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde, have argued that it is not Germany’s fiscal responsibility that is the core of the European financial crisis. Instead it is the internal policies that are placing the rest of the Eurozone region in a non-competitive state. With little room to

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  • Case 7 - the Forgotten Team Member

    May 23, 2011 Part 1: Group Development 1. How could an understanding of the stages of group development assist Christine in leadership situations such as this one? Christine must first have an understanding that a group is defined as a collection of people who interact with one another, accept rights and obligations as members and who share a common identity. In Christine accounting group, their goal is to compose a well-written analysis. This 5-member group is a dynamic bunch because of

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  • Delima Case

    FRANCE:  An initiative in France was launched in February 2011 by the ‘Observatoire de Financement des  Enterprises par le Marche’ to set up access to financial analysts for SME listed companies.   This initiative was launched at the request of Christine Lagarde, Minister of Economy, Finance and  Industry, as part of its work to increase access to SME financial markets, and will ensure those  companies will have access to carrying out research by a financial analyst at a reduced cost and increase  their stature in the financial community

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  • Financial Crisis Back and Then

    Eichenbaum, and Sergio Rebelo (2008), 'Currency crisis models', New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2nd ed. 8- Tyler Durden, The Table Is Set For The Next Financial Crisis article 9- The International Monetary Fund’s managing director; Christine Lagarde speaks about the world financial situation on October 2015.

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  • Leadership

    Christine Lagarde Christine Madeleine Odette Lagarde is a French lawyer and Union for a Popular Movement politician who has been the Managing Director (MD) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) since 5 July 2011. A national of France, she was previously French Finance Minister from June 2007, and had also served as France’s Minister for Foreign Trade for two years. Christine Lagarde has been nominated unchallenged for a second term as chief of the International Monetary Fund. International

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  • The Forgotten Group Member Case Study

    Organizational Behavior Group Christine leads, along with Diane, Janet, Steve and Mike. The First group meeting in the case study involved Christine and her group getting acquitted with one another, which signals the forming phase. The second phase is Storming. This is known to be one of the hardest phases in group development due to conflicting personalities and different opinions in the brainstorming process. This would refer to the case study in the situation when Christine planned a team meeting 5

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  • International Monetary Fund Intervention and Relevance

    intervention was in fact a success “The Irish programme can be considered a success. Ireland is expected to correct its excessive deficit by 2015." (Sapir,, 2014). Both the Chairman of the IMF Christine Lagarde and German Chancellor Angela Merkel has labelled the intervention a triumph. Chairman Lagarde pointing directly to the Irish Public and State for championing the crisis "The true heroes, the ones who have really taken the brunt and will take the benefit are the people of Ireland and their

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  • International Financial Instituions

    December 27, 1945(bretten woods conference) Type- International Economic Organization Headquarters- washington DC Membership- 1 nation (founding); 188 nations (to date) Official languages- English, French, and Spanish Managing Director- christine lagarde Main organ- Board of Governors Website- IMF vs. WORLD BANK World Bank provides long-term loans for promoting balanced economic development, while IMF provides short-term loans to member countries for eliminating BOP disequilibrium

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  • The Economic G20

    “Whether you look at the U.S. monetary policies, the Bank of Japan, or the [European Central Bank], the asynchronicity of those movements will have to be better reviewed, anticipated, and coordination certainly enhanced,” said IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde. The IMF warned Wednesday that it may be forced to cut its forecast for the global economy again, just a month after downgrading its estimate. China’s slowdown and tumult in global markets “point to higher risks of a derailed recovery at a moment

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  • Christine Agatha

    Christie Agatha Reflective Essay The introductory paragraph of this piece recognizes the proper writing structure when constructing an essay. It began with a question to get the attention of the reader and to allow the reader to connect immediately. Next, it began to explain the genres she writes and compared her works to two exemplary authors such as Stephen King and Dan Brown to reinforce the idea that the essay is pro- Agatha. She then separated her comparison with the two great authors and

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  • Gender in Advertisements

    age&q=women%20stereotypes&f=false. Retrieved on: 13- 12- 2012 Goudreau, J. The 10 Worst Stereotypes About Powerful Women. Forbes. (2012). Retrieved from: Retrieved on: 13- 12- 2012 Ladies Home Journal. (2012). Retrieved from: Retrieved on: 13- 12- 2012

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  • Bop of Greece

    interests. Although most of Greece’s debt is held by Europeans (more than 80%), $14.1 billion of Greece’s debt obligations are owed to creditors within the United States.66 Although not an insignificant amount of money, 60 Philip Whyte, “Why Christine Lagarde is Right About Germany,” Centre for European Reform, March 26, 2010. 61 Ibid. 62 The G-20 is a forum for discussing economic policies among 20 major advanced and emerging-market countries. Following the financial crisis, financial regulation

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  • Knowledge

    textbook and class discussions. Christine Spencer was a devoted, hard-working student who had been maintaining an A–average to date. Although the skills and knowledge she had acquired through her courses were important, she was also very concerned about her grades. She felt that grades were paramount in giving her a competitive edge when looking for a job and, as a third-year student, she realized that she’d soon be doing just that. Sunday afternoon. Two o’clock. Christine was working on an accounting

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  • Bce+Fmi+Bm

    de los organismos especializados de las Naciones Unidas, siendo una organización intergubernamental que cuenta con 187 miembros. Actualmente tiene su sede en Washington, D.C.. EL 28 de junio de 2011 fue nombrada Directora Gerente la francesa Christine Lagarde. 6. El Fondo Monetario Internacional (FMI) busca fomentar la cooperación monetaria internacional, afianzar la estabilidad financiera, facilitar el comercio internacional, promover un empleo elevado y un crecimiento económico sostenible y reducir

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  • More on the Austerity Debate

    crucial that people and private sector are confident with the decisions in the long term, as it will play a role in how fast and how well the economy will go through this turbulence period. What ever the complexity of the events, as said by Christine Lagarde, “There are no easy answers here, but that does not mean there are no options”. Effects of austerity may be described as followed. Growth must be restored both in EU, and a social consensus must be found. Financial positions must be taken

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