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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
May 2006
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29–30 World Bank, Annual Bank Conference on Development Economics, Tokyo, Japan

29–30 “The International Monetary Fund in Transition,” cosponsored by the World Economic Forum, the Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee, and the South African Treasury, Cape Town, South Africa

29–30 Seminar on the Global Financial Stability Report, IMF Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Tokyo, Japan

IMF Executive Board

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31–June 2 World Economic Forum on Africa, “Going for Growth,” Cape Town, South Africa


9–10 Group of Eight Finance Ministers’ Meeting, St. Petersburg, Russia

15 European Research Workshop in International Trade, Joint Vienna Institute, Vienna, Austria

15–16 World Economic Forum on East Asia, “Creating a New Agenda for Asian Integration,” Tokyo, Japan

16 Bank of Korea International Conference 2006, “Monetary Policy in an Environment of Low Inflation,” Seoul, Korea

19–23 World Urban Forum III, Vancouver, Canada

19–23 Financial Action Task Force, Third Plenary Meeting, Paris, France

23–25 China-U.S. Symposium on Building the Financial System of the 21st Century, Beijing, China


3–5 High-Level Meeting of the United Nations Economic and Social Council, Geneva, Switzerland

15–17 Group of Eight Summit, St. Petersburg, Russia


27–September 1 International Disaster Reduction Conference, Davos, Switzerland


10–11 China Business Summit 2006, Beijing, China

19–20 IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings, Singapore

19–20 United Nations General Assembly, High-Level Meeting on the Review of the Brussels Program of Action for the Least Developed Countries, New York, United States


23–24 World Economic Forum in Turkey, “Connecting Regions—Creating New Opportunities,” Istanbul, Turkey

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