October 4, 2019/IMF
Amid rising economic, financial, and political uncertainty, the IMF has intensified its effort to support international cooperation while responding to its member needs. This year’s* Annual Report reveals the IMF’s sharp focus on trade, financial stability, debt, technology, and global opportunities for all.
In FY2019, the IMF continued to support its members in three core areas of activity:
- Economic surveillance : 119 country health checks completed.
- Lending : $70 billion to eight countries, plus $325.7 million to four low-income developing countries.
- Capacity development : $306 million for hands-on technical advice, policy-oriented training, and peer learning.
Read the report here.
*This Annual Report covers the activities of the Executive Board and IMF management and staff during the financial year May 1, 2018, through April 30, 2019.