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- Good bye stand-by! 14.05.2013
/ Turkey turns the final page of a 52-year-old relationship with the International Monetary Fund today. Turkey, which has aptly shown how to succeed during a global crisis without the IMF, is now changing their scope in relations with the international fund. Turkey, which up until now has always been the taker, will now become the giver in its long-standing relationship with the IMF.
- PM Erdoğan dishes up IMF criticism 11.05.2013
/ Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan issued harsh comments to the IMF on the wake of paying off the nations debt to the International Monetary Fund. We havent made an agreement with the IMF because they attempted to teach us politics. However, I will not have a lesson taught to me by a civil servant.
- Turkey pays off IMF debt on May 14th 20.02.2013
/ Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said yesterday, that with Turkeys payment to the International Monetary Fund this Thursday, the nations total debt to the IMF will have dropped down to 400 million dollars. Prime Minister Erdoğan added that by May 14th, Turkey will have repaid its debt to the IMF in its entirety.
- Erdoğan suggests shift from dollar to gold 10.11.2012
/ Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan states that instead of ruling the world under the pressure of the dollar the IMF should switch to using gold.
- Possible successors to Strauss-Kahn as IMF head 19.05.2011
/ Dominique Strauss-Kahn resigned as head of the International Monetary Fund, the IMF said in a statement, as he faces charges of sexual assault and attempted rape.
- Derviş says not in running for IMF job 21.05.2011
/ Former Turkish Economy Minister Kemal Derviş, who had been widely cited as a possible candidate to succeed Dominique Strauss-Kahn as head of the IMF, said on Friday he will not seek the job.
- Strauss-Kahn under house arrest in New York 23.05.2011
/ Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn remained under house arrest and armed guard on Saturday in an apartment in New York's financial district that has become a tourist attraction.
- Case against Strauss-Kahn near collapse 01.07.2011
/ The sexual assault case against former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was near collapse, sources said on Thursday, raising the prospect of his dramatic return to France's presidential election race.
- Prosecutors ask NY judge to drop Strauss-Kahn case 23.08.2011
/ New York prosecutors asked a judge to dismiss sexual assault charges against former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn on Monday, a stunning reversal that could revive the political future of a man many had seen as the next president of France.
- IMF chief's arrest may speed up succession battle 16.05.2011
/ The shock arrest of the head of the International Monetary Fund may force the world's power brokers into a frantic search to find his replacement.
- France's Lagarde poised to become next IMF chief 27.06.2011
/ French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde appeared poised to become the head of the International Monetary Fund this week despite a strong challenge to Europe's traditional hold on the job.
- IMF chief charged with sex assault 16.05.2011
/ IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was charged on Sunday with trying to rape a New York hotel maid in a scandal that appeared to wreck his hopes of becoming France's next president.
- Out on bail, ex-IMF chief arrives on Broadway 21.05.2011
/ Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was settling into a new, temporary abode on Friday on New York's Broadway but he was a long way from the neon lights and theaters that make the street famous.
- Fishing for the next big M&A deal in Turkey 29.09.2011
/ Turkey is providing rich opportunities for merger specialists trawling for the next big deal, as the country's booming economy and improving corporate governance partially insulate it from a slowing global M&A market.
- IMF revises 2011 Turkey growth forecast down to 6.6 pct 21.09.2011
/ The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised its forecast for Turkey's 2011 gross domestic product growth (GDP) to 6.6 percent, the World Economic Outlook report said on Tuesday, down from a forecast of 8.7 percent in July.
- Tourists, businesses flee to Dubai to escape storm 31.03.2011
/ Regional turmoil is creating an unexpected boom for Dubai as tourists and businessmen flock once again to the shopping and skyscraper oasis after fleeing just a few years ago in the wake of its spectacular debt debacle.
- Crisis threatens EU sovereign ratings 28.11.2011
/ Moody's Investors Service warned on Monday the rapid escalation of the euro zone sovereign and banking crisis threatens the credit standing of all European government bond ratings.
- EU/IMF approve next aid tranche for Greece 22.10.2011
/ Euro zone finance ministers and the International Monetary Fund have approved the payment of the next tranche of financial support to Greece.
- Reversal of fortune 27.12.2011
/ While the threat of credit rating downgrades hangs over Europe, a few big emerging market economies are on the upswing.
- Europe appointing IMF head must change 20.05.2011
/ The practice of Europe appointing the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) must change, Turkish Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek said on Thursday.