IMF suspends country assessments until April 2021

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The International Monetary Fund has extended the deadline for upcoming Article IV consultations and financial stability assessments (FSAs) until April 2021.

“There is growing need for resuming Article IV consultations and mandatory financial stability assessments,” the fund said in a statement. “However, the resumption of Article IV consultations over the coming months will need to be gradual, remain focused on the crisis and related challenges, and be undertaken flexibly.”

On April 22, the

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