Thursday, February 24, 2011

IMF Reviews Praised Libya

Less than two weeks ago, the International Monetary Fund’s executive board, its highest authority, assessed a North African country’s economy and commended its government for its “ambitious reform agenda.” The I.M.F. also welcomed its “strong macroeconomic performance and the progress on enhancing the role of the private sector,” and “encouraged” the authorities to continue on that promising path.

By unfortunate timing, that country was Libya.
Read the rest here (via NYTimes).

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