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I do think that climate change issues and progress in that regard are critical and are not just fantasies": Christine Lagarde. Photo: Andrew Harrer Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund, has urged the Abbott government not to
News A GE logo is seen in a store in Santa Monica, California, October 11, 2010...U.S. technology and financial services firm General Electric ( GE.N ) is to cut 600 jobs in France, mostly at its finance arm, a union official said, seeking to further
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde speaks during a news conference at IMF headquarters in Washington June 14, 2013. The United States ' federal budget cuts , known as the " sequester ," are an inappropriate measure that
Bernard Tapie has lived many lives in his 70 years:business tycoon, pop singer, television presenter, actor, racing driver, yachtsman, football executive, writer, politician, jail-bird. Outside his native France, Tapie is best remembered as the
Because of this, we believe growth will be almost 2 percent this year, and higher still next year," Lagarde said Tuesday at the Brookings Institution, a Washington-based think tank. The IMF chief said despite the progress, fiscal adjustment will
IMF chief Christine Lagarde says a Paris court has named her as a key witness in an investigation into a controversial payoff to an outspoken businessman arranged while she was France's finance minister. The status of "assisting witness" means that
Prosecutors will question IMF chief Christine Lagarde on Thursday to determine whether she should face charges regarding a 400 million payout to disgraced businessman Bernard Tapie when she was France 's finance minister in 2007 .
She is being asked to explain her handling of a row in 2007 which resulted in some 400m euros (£342m; $516m) being paid to Bernard Tapie. She is appearing before the Court of Justice of the Republic (CJR), which investigates ministerial misconduct. "
IMF chief Christine Lagarde insisted today there was no alternative to the agenda of austerity being pushed across Europe, after massive demonstrations in several countries demanded an end to the policies. "There is no alternative to austerity,"
IMF chief Christine Lagarde has been summoned by a French court to testify in the probe into a high-profile scandal when she was a government minister, a media report has said. The special French court established to try cases of ministerial