April 23, 2009
Mexico, Poland and Colombia have approached the IMF seeking access to the new Flexible Credit Line. If all these lines are drawn, the increase in lending during the current crisis would far exceed the increase during the 95 Mexican crisis, the 97-98 Asian crisis, and the 2001 Argentine crisis.
Baldwin: The IMF Wants to Help (VoxEU.org)
Economist: Credit for Poland
IMF: Colombia Seeks $10.4 Billion Credit Line from IMF
Beattie: Mexico Arranges $40bn Line of Credit
Economist: The IMF
Opinions expressed on CFR blogs are solely those of the author or commenter, not of CFR, which takes no institutional positions.
Post a Comment
CFR seeks to foster civil and informed discussion of foreign policy issues. All comments must abide by CFR's guidelines and will be moderated prior to posting.