UK parliament scrutinises IMF
News||6 February 2001|update 21|
In January the UK Treasury released its second Annual Report to Parliament on the Activities of the IMF. Bretton Woods Project welcomed the report, which summarizes the UK's priorities and major policy discussions in the IMF, but suggested several areas for improvement. These include:
The Treasury Committee later heard evidence from Stephen Pickford, UK WB and IMF Executive Director, on the IMF's work and future agenda in January. The discussions and submissions to the committee from the Bretton Woods Project and other NGOs made will soon be available on the web.
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