Economists warn of shortfall in funds for latest rescue deals

January 2012
Fund Strategy;1/23/2012, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) would face a shortfall of 600 billion dollars, to increase its bail-out loans. It states that it would be a necessary move, but the member countries are reluctant for contributions. It mentions that eurozone countries have shown support, but U.S. and Great Britain have voiced their reluctance to contribute and it is expected the developing countries would seek concessions on any contributions.


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