October 26, 2021

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The IMF Executive Director dismisses allegations of data manipulation before the board

The managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Kristalina Georgieva, said on Thursday, October 7, that she expected a quick decision by the company’s board of directors, before which she denied allegations of manipulating a report. Was brought against her.

I look forward to a speedy resolution of this issue, in order to protect the IMF and the World Bank as strong multilateral entities and to carry out their vital tasks in this period of unprecedented crisis., He said in a press release.

At the request of the World Bank’s ethics committee, the results of the Wilmerhail cabinet inquiry raised the question of retaining him as head of the economic institution since its release in mid-September.

“False assumptions”

The investigation found irregularities in the World Bank’s Business News Reports for 2018 and 2020. Kristalina Georgieva is suspected of manipulating data in favor of China when she was in charge of the International Monetary Fund.

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On Wednesday, he explained before the IMF board of directors “Respected for the Integrity of the Report”. She lamented “Mistakes and Misconceptions Made by the Authors of the Report”.

This survey “It does not accurately describe my actions in this regard [le rapport] Doing Business 2018, or not exactly reflecting who I am or how I have treated myself in a long professional career, He added.

Since these revelations in mid-September, the Board of the International Monetary Fund has been at the forefront “Complete, objective and accurate study” Situation, and on Monday, met with representatives of the law firm Wilmerhail.

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Following the release of the Wilmerhail report, the World Bank announced its immediate cessation of business reporting, much to the chagrin of many.

World with AFP