What kind of financial assistance does the IMF offer? Unlike development banks, the IMF does not lend for specific projects. Instead, the IMF provides financial support to countries hit by crises to create breathing room as they implement policies that restore economic stability and growth. It also provides precautionary financing to help prevent crises.
encouraging the return of private investors
s. Loans to low-income countries carry a zero interest rate.
It also provides precautionary financing to help prevent crises.
Loans to low-income countries carry a zero interest rate.
IMF lending is continuously refined to meet countries’ changing needs.
IMF lending also aims to protect the most vulnerable population via policy conditionality
that led to capital flight —perhaps interest rates are too low,
known as policy conditionality, are an integral part of IMF lending.
IMF’s Emergency Financing Mechanism.
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