IMF establishing international capital market dept

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will establish an International Capital Markets Department to enhance its surveillance, crisis prevention and crisis management activities, the Fund announced on Mar 1, 2001.

The new department will consolidate activities and operations that are currently spread among three departments, and it is envisioned that the new unit will have some enhanced responsibilities, including the systematic liaison with the institutions which supply the bulk of private

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