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  • United States, Japan, Germany, France, United Kingdom. China, Russia, and Saudi Arabia have their own seats on the Board.
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    • 1. INSTITUTE OF PRODUCTIVITY & MANAGEMENT
    • 2. GROUP NO: 3
      MEMBERS
      • BHARAT BHOOSAN
      • 3. ASHWINI KUMAR
      • 4. BIBEK BISWAS
      • 5. BABIT CHUHAN
    • INTRODUCTION
      • The IMF works to foster global growth and economic stability.
      • 6. IMF is a forum of national economic policies, international monetary and financial systems.
      • 7. IMF is a kind of association.
      • 8. IMF is an administrative unit and is international in nature.
    • HISTORY OF IMF
      • The IMF Was created in 1944, at Bretton Woods.
      • 9. The IMF was formally organized on December 27, 1945.
      • 10. IMF started to make service with IBRD in 1947.
      • 11. The IMF was created to support orderly international currency exchanges.
    • ABOUT IMF
      • IMF headquarters is in Washington D.C.
      • 12. U.S.A Five largest shareholders are
      • 13. Total quotas of $312 billion; outstanding loans of $71 billion to 82 countries.
      • 14. The (IMF) is an organization of 187 countries.
    • OBJECTIVES OF IMF
      Surveillance
      Financial assistance
      SDRs
      Technical assistance
      Resources
      Goverence and organization
    • 15. PURPOSE OF IMF
      • To promote international monetary cooperation .
      • 16. The expansion and balanced growth of international trade.
      • 17. IMF promote exchange rate stability .
      • 18. Foster economic growth and high levels of employment.
      • 19. IMF can make the price of foreign money to be safe.
    • INDIA & IMF
      • India and the IMF has a positive relationship.
      • 20. The IMF praised the country for it was able to avoid the Asian Financial Crisis in 1999.
      • 21. The Managing Director of IMF Rodrigo De Rato visited India in May 2005.
      • 22. The IMF has suggested that India can become a financial super power.
    • FUNCTION OF IMF
      • Surveillance (like a doctor) Gathering data and assessing economic policies of countries.
      • 23. Technical Assistance (like a teacher) Strengthening human skills and institutional capacity of countries.
      • 24. Financial Assistance (like a banker) Lending to countries to support reforms
    • (IMF) Structure
    • 25. IMF STRUCTURE
    • 26. ROLE OF IMF
      • Focusing on its core macroeconomic and financial areas of responsibility.
      • 27. Collection and allocation of reserves.
      • 28. Rendering advice to member countries.
      • 29. Promoting research in various areas of international economics and monetary economics.
      • 30. Providing a forum for discussion and consultation among member countries.
    • MEMBERS OF IMF
    • 31. IMF’s VIDEO
    • 32.
    • 33. GROWTH IN IMF MEMBERSHIP
      • (1945-2003) In the beginning 29 member countries Today, 187 member countries.
      • 34.   Staff of about 2680 persons.  
      • 35. Two-thirds are economists in 139 countries.
    • CONCLUSION
      The IMF works to foster global growth and economic stability. It provides policy advice and financing to members in economic difficulties and also works with developing nations to help them achieve macroeconomic stability and reduce poverty.