After failing to receive the appropriate economic information from the Venezuelan government, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) issued a declaration of censure against Venezuela.
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The IMF praised Colombian policymakers after for their macroeconomic management and policy framework improvements. During this Article IV Consultation, the IMF appears to have focused primarily on Colombia’s ability to cope with external shocks as well as economic growth promotion in general.
The International Monetary Fund recently concluded an Article IV consultation to Honduras. During the consultation, the team met with senior government officials, including President Hernandez, as well as private sector and civil society officials and international donors.
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