IMF course offers new insights

Posted by Johan Fourie on 2009-07-14

The International Office and the Economics Department played host to the 4th training course for the International Monetary Fund from 29 June until 10 July on campus. The course was entitled “Monetary and Exchange Rate Policies”. The guests from the IMF training institute were Marc Quintyn (mission leader) and his colleagues Ales Bulir and Camelia Minoiu.

The course was attended by 29 participants from Central banks and Ministries of Finance from over 13 countries that included The Gambia, Rwanda, Mauritius, Zambia, Tanzania and the Seychelles.

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