Kristalina Georgieva: ‘We are in a resilient place but cannot take stability for granted’
In an interview with the FT’s Martin Wolf, the IMF’s chief says a durable exit from the Covid-19 health crisis depends on two things
The year 2020 will be remembered as the worst recession since the Depression. Green shoots of growth in the northern hemisphere summer were crushed by a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic that did not discriminate between rich and poor, leaving low-income countries hardest hit economically.
With the promise of a vaccine and broad political consensus to rebuild the global economy and stem the damaging aftershocks, 2021 is projected to be the year of recovery. At the centre of this effort is the International Monetary Fund (IMF), one of the most important financial policymakers among the international institutions...