IMF's Min opens latest Technical Assistance Centre


Min Zhu, a deputy managing director at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), on Monday said the opening of the IMF's latest technical assistance centre would provide greater scope to provide countries with advice on sound macroeconomic policies.

At the inauguration of the IMF's Regional Technical Assistance Centre for Southern Africa (Afritac South), which opened in Port Louis, Mauritius, Min said: "The long-standing focus of IMF technical assistance is to help countries to design and implement

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