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  • 1.  
  • 2. It is an organization formed with a stated objective of stabilizing international exchange rates and facilitating development .
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  • 4. History
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    • To strengthen the economies of member countries by making fund's resources available to them.
    • To promote exchange stability and to facilitate the expansion and balanced growth of International trade.
    • To lessen the chances of disequilibrium in the international BOP(balance of payment) of member countries.
    • To reduce the poverty in member countries and to promote high employment by facilitating sustainable economic growth.
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  • 13. Advisory role
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    • Monetary and Capital Markets Department :  Monitors financial sectors and capital markets, and arrangements, and operations. Prepares the GLOBAL FINANCIAL STABILITY REPORT . 
    • Legal Department.   Advises management, the Executive Board, and the staff on the applicable rules of law. Prepares decisions and other legal instruments and provides technical assistance to member countries.
  • 17. Research Department :  Monitors the global economy and the economies and policies of member countries and undertakes research on issues relevant to the IMF. Prepares the World Economic Outlook . 
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    • When a country joins the IMF, it agrees to subject its economic and financial policies to the FUND.
    • It makes commitment to pursue policies that are
    • Conducive to economic growth.
    • Ensures reasonable price stability.
    • It also agrees to provide data about its economy to IMF.
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    • The changing nature of lending
    • Conditions for lending
    • State of economic crisis.
    • International reserves depleted.
    • Economic activity stagnant or falling.
    • Large number of firms going bankrupt.
  • 25. Research and data : Supporting all three of these activities is the IMF's economic and financial research and statistics.
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    • The IMF's SDR Department keeps records of members' SDR allocations and holdings; the SDR Department is also the channel through which all transactions and operations involving SDRs are conducted.
    • Once allocated, members can hold their SDRs as part of their international reserves or sell part or all of their SDR allocations.
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    • IMF members can also use SDRs in operations and transactions involving the IMF, such as the payment of interest and repayment of loans, or payment for future quota increases.
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