Email
Password
Remember meForgot password?
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter
Connect your Digital Journal account with Facebook or Twitter to use this feature.

Christine Lagarde News

Op-Ed: IMF chief Lagarde presses Arab countries to phase out subsidies

Amman - International Monetary Fund(IMF) head, Christine Lagarde, pressed Arab countries to cut subsidies. She was speaking at a conference sponsored by the IMF in Amman the capital of Jordan.

IMF admits it screwed up on Greece

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has released a report on the Greek bailout which draws the obvious conclusion that it managed to screw up as far as the Greek economy was concerned.

IMF chief heckled by students at University of Amsterdam (video)

Amsterdam - Christine Lagarde barely got a chance to open her mouth when giving a lecture at the University of Amsterdam, when student hecklers rose up and started a typical Occupy mic check.

IMF chief’s home searched over ‘illegal’ payout under Sarkozy

Paris - The Paris home of IMF Chief, Christine Lagarde, is being searched by French authorities, over a probe into a multi-million-dollar payout to a supporter of the French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy.

Cyprus to tweak bank tax levy to protect deposits under €20,000

Nicosia - The controversial proposal to levy taxes on government guaranteed bank deposits of less than €100,000 looks to be scrapped even before it is voted on by the Cypriot parliament, as a draft bill proposes excluding deposits of less than €20,000.

IMF, Eurogroup, blackmailed Cyprus over bailout terms

The president of Cyprus has revealed that the terms of the bailout were imposed as a form of blackmail. The IMF and Eurogroup had already decided their terms and presented Cyprus with a fait accompli.

Angela Merkel warns of tough economic times in 2013

New Year cheer from German Chancellor Angela Merkel as she warns that the economy in 2013 "will be even more difficult." Her words contradict those of Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble who said "I think we have the worst behind us."

Op-Ed: Eurogroup and IMF reach agreement on Greek debt

Ministers from the eurozone in conjunction with the IMF have reached an agreement on Greek debt. The arrangement means Greece will receive €34.4 billion by the end of this year, staving off bankruptcy and a Grexit.

Troika fails to reach agreement on Greek debt

The Troika of Greece's international creditors' failed to reach an agreement on the sustainability of Greek debt, during a 12-hour meeting that ended early Wednesday morning.

Greek 'tax dodgers' and the real financial parasites

According to a certain high profile figure on the international stage, the Greeks, especially their leaders are tax dodging parasites, but who are the real plunderers of nations?

Turmoil in Greek parliament over 'Lagarde List'

The Greek press has come up with a new moniker for the missing CD containing the names of 1,991 wealthy Greeks with funds stashed in a Swiss bank. The CD has been aptly named the "Lagarde list" as it was provided by IMF Head Christine Lagarde.

Missing CD listing 2,000 Greeks with Swiss deposits handed over

Former Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos handed over the missing CD containing the names of almost 2,000 Greeks with large deposits in a Swiss bank, to Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on Tuesday.

Peter Doyle IMF economist critical of fund in resignation letter

Washington - Peter Doyle a top economist at the International Monetary Fund was sharply critical of the Fund in his resignation letter. Doyle said the process of selecting the head of the organization was illegitimate

IMF tainted at the top, says departing economist

In his letter of resignation economist Peter Doyle says he is "ashamed of his 20 years with the IMF", accuses the organisation of incompetence, and questions the fitness of its current Managing Director to lead.

Op-Ed: IMF receives $456 billion for crisis fund

The International Monetary Fund has received pledges totalling $456 billion to add to its crisis fund. A total of 37 IMF countries will contribute to the fund which is only to be tapped into once existing resources are gone.

IMF's Christine Lagarde regrets insulting remarks about Greeks

International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde has expressed regret for her comments about the Greek people amidst the debt crisis.

Christine Lagarde accused of hypocrisy over tax-free salary

After IMF head Christine Lagarde provoked international furore by insulting Greeks laboring under severe austerity, she has been accused of hypocrisy over her tax-free salary of $467,940.

Op-Ed: The Lagarde controversy — austerity should begin at home

Washington - The recent remarks by International Monetary Fund head honcho Christine Lagarde has caused a storm of controversy in Greece. Maybe she and her organisation should practice the austerity she preaches?

Christine Lagarde's insults to Greeks continue to reverberate

The insulting remarks directed at Greeks by the IMF's head Christine Lagarde continue to reverberate, directing contempt and derision on Lagarde herself. Critics are vocal from Greece, France and the U.K., uniting her critics in support for Greece.

Op-Ed: IMF's Christine Lagarde insults Greeks

Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has enraged Greeks with her dismissive comments blaming the Greek public for the economic crisis by trying to escape paying taxes all the time.

French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde chosen to lead IMF

Washington - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has announced Christine Lagarde will take over as its Managing Director and Madame Chairman of the Executive Board, the first woman appointed to the top spot since the organization’s inception in 1944.
 

Search Digital Journal Archives


Set up a news alert for

Christine Lagarde


Christine Lagarde Image

Christine Lagarde
Christine Lagarde.
MEDEF
image:59274:0::0
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde watches as school girls attend...
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde watches as school girls attend a class in a computer room at Toutes A L'Ecole school in Kandal province
With permission by Reuters / Stephen Jaffe
image:163483:0::0
Students interrupt a talk by Christine Lagarde of the IMF at the University of Amsterdam
Students interrupt a talk by Christine Lagarde of the IMF at the University of Amsterdam
ROAR Mag
image:148282:0::0
Students interrupt a talk by Christine Lagarde of the IMF at the University of Amsterdam
Students interrupt a talk by Christine Lagarde of the IMF at the University of Amsterdam
YouTube
image:148283:0::0
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde watches as school girls attend...
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde watches as school girls attend a class in a computer room at Toutes A L'Ecole school in Kandal province
With permission by Reuters / Stephen Jaffe
image:163484:0::0

Latest News
Top News

Corporate

Help & Support

News Links

copyright © 2014 digitaljournal.com   |   powered by dell servers