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Friday, October 9, 2015



oct 2018 sees world bank summit hosted out of indonesia
2015:http://www.2015lima.gob.pe/en/seccion/road-to-lima/ october 9-11 - every 3 years the world bank starts its year with summit roadshow- this year lima peru

Minister of Economy and Finance in WBG event “Latin America: Lessons Learned from the Global Crisis”
  • After 48 years, the Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of both multilateral agencies will be held in Latin America.
  • For seven days Lima will become the financial capital of the world, bringing together 16 thousand participants from 188 countries.
Lima, June 10, 2014.- In October 2015 Peru will host the Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the World Bank Group (WBG) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the world’s most important multilateral agencies, of which Peru is a full member.
The 2015 WBG/IMF Annual Meetings will provide Peru with a unique opportunity to strengthen its increasingly relevant position in the global stage. For seven days the country will be at the center of world attention and will have the chance to showcase its achievements and the policies implemented to become a referent at the regional and global level.
Peru’s President of the Council of Ministers, René Cornejo, officially announced the Meetings in the presence of WBG Secretary Mahmoud Mohieldin; IMF Secretary Jianhai Lin; Luis Miguel Castilla, Peru’s Economy and Finance Minister; and Julio Velarde, Governor of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru.










Renowned international experts talk about on the economic policies that can help Latin America return to the path of vigorous growth.







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