IMF diplomatically recommends not tying economy to Russia

The session of countries - members of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank (WB) at the level of central bankers and finance ministers on the results of meetings in Washington published a communiqué on the situation in the global economy. The document says the economic recovery in developed countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom against the backdrop of slowing growth in countries such as Russia and Brazil with an increase in bank debt in China (the leading members of the BRICS).

According to observations of the Director of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, economic backwardness in these countries (as well as throughout the camp, which was initiated by the Russian Federation - corr. Turan) is connected with the forthcoming abolition of international incentives for them.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the deterioration of the global environment may also adversely affect the economy of the United States - so they will have to delay raising interest rates in this country. "If growth abroad is lower than expected, the associated negative consequences for the American economy may force the FRS to act more slowly than it would in other circumstances," said during the Washington meetings FRS Vice Chair Stanley Fischer. But this is not a "deadly" for the Americans. Moreover, despite the difficult situation, the bond market in Europe is growing rapidly, at a record high market shares in the United States.

While the Russian Ministry of Finance bothers sanctions against the Russian Federation, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble warned against excessive pessimism about the deterioration of the global economy. "There is no reason to talk about any global economic crisis," he said at a session of the IMF. According to him, despite the absolute increase in risk, economic growth, as before, is "more or less satisfactory," which is a signal for caution for those countries that wish to tie their economy to Russia. --17D-

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