IMF, Japan Ink USD100 Billion Agreement

The International Monetary Fund and Japanese government signed a USD100 billion agreement to hike the fund's reserves. "This commitment is the single-largest supplemental financing contribution by an IMF member country ever, and it clearly demonstrates Japan's leadership and continuing commitment to a multilateral approach to global economic and financial challenges," IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn


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