IMF is adapting to its members' needs

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has focused its efforts to adapt to a changing world, said Saleh Nsouli, the director for the Fund's offices in Europe.

Speaking on sustainable and inclusive globalisation, Nsouli said that the IMF is reviewing its lending facilities to better reflect the reality of globalisation and that it recently developed a new policy support instrument for low-income countries which do not want financial assistance from the Fund, but are interested in its policy advice

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