View from IMF/World Bank 2009

View from IMF/World Bank 2009

Date: 6-7 October 2009
Location: Istanbul, Turkey

The Banker attended the IMF Annual Meetings 2009 and our editors reported regularly from the event with view-points and thought-led discussions with key industry figures.

So if you didn’t manage to visit the IMF Annual Meetings and would like to see all the developments and trends, The Banker’s View From IMF/World Bank 2009 is your ideal guide before, during and after the event.

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