Transparency at the IMF

REPORT - A Factsheet published by the International Monetary Fund on 20 September 2002.

Greater transparency, in both economic policy and in data on economic and financial developments, is critical for smoothly functioning national economies and a stronger international monetary system. The IMF has taken a number of steps to provide more information on its own role and operations to its global audience. These include an expanded publication program and development of an extensive Internet web

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