World Bank-IMF 2004 Annual Meetings
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The Board of Governors of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Boards of Governors of the World Bank Group normally meet once a year to discuss the work of their respective institutions. The 2004 Annual Meetings took place in Washington D.C. from 2-3 October 2004. International civil society organizations protest World Bank-IMF policies through events and mobilizations near the official meetings and around the globe.

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Mission unaccomplished: more reports, no new money
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IFIwatchnet Calendar
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