Our top links for June, 2012 from iMFdirect blog and others:
- Crisis in the Euro Area — IMF urges concrete road map to complete monetary union to boost confidence and revive growth
- The Crisis and Beyond—Finance & Development magazine looks at five years since crisis began
- Fixing the System–what still needs to be done?
- Global imbalances: “stable disequilibrium“
- Triple Threat–three obstacles to a green future, with the global economic crisis smothering action on global warming and feeding an expanding gap between haves and have-nots
- Asia: China’s narrowing current account surplus; India’s investment difficulties; Japan–Europe dampens outlook
- Africa: Côte d’Ivoire gets $7 billion debt relief; Africa’s Changing Times
- LICs: Expanding financial sectors
- Latin America: how “systemic” is Brazil?
- Middle East: why the Arab world needs an “Economic Spring“
- Oil: absorbing price volatility; five reasons why it’s different now
- F&D magazine on Facebook
- People in Economics: our profile of Elinor Ostrom and nine other Nobel Prize winners
- Track global economic news and analysis from IMF Survey on its new Google+ channel
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