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Tipping point crossed at IMF meetings, End of globalisation concerns are exaggerated, and more

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Tipping point crossed at IMF meetings

By Christian Kopf

Discussions at IMF meetings have always been centred around efforts to promote international co-operation and global trade with the aim of improving the economic situation for all. The goal of enhanced co-operation on economic and monetary issues, enshrined in the IMF’s articles of agreement, was always beyond question. But that is no longer the case. We are at an epochal turning point against the backdrop of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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