Annual IMF visit begins today

A yearly delegation of the International Monetary Fund to Israel will begin its round of meetings in the country Wednesday, holding a session with Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer and members of the central bank's management.

By DANIEL KENNEMER
October 25, 2006 08:39

 
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A yearly delegation of the International Monetary Fund to Israel will begin its round of meetings in the country Wednesday, holding a session with Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer and members of the central bank's management. The delegation of four IMF economists headed by J rg Decressin, director of the organization's European division, will meet with leading economic figures in the public and private sectors, including the finance ministry, banks, the Israel Manufacturers Association, the Histadrut labor union and economists. The delegation will submit a preliminary report to Fischer and Finance Minister Avraham Hirchson on November 6. A more detailed report will be presented to the IMF board, as with all member countries.

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