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IMF mission visits Suriname
Published on February 12, 2016 Email To Friend    Print Version

PARAMARIBO, Suriname -- An International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff mission, led by Daniel Leigh, visited Paramaribo from February 1 to 11, 2016, for discussions on possible IMF financial assistance to Suriname.

At the conclusion of the visit, Leigh, issued the following statement:

“An IMF team visited Paramaribo for initial discussions on possible financial support for the authorities’ home-grown economic program.

“The team had constructive discussions on a number of policies that could underpin the IMF supported program.

“The team will now return to Washington DC to continue the technical work, including assessing the latest measures with regard to exchange rate policies. We will remain in contact with the Surinamese authorities.”

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