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  • London eyes dual listings on west African capital markets

    BENIN, 2015/05/10 Following on from partnerships and dual listings with a number of African capital markets, the London Stock Exchange (LSE) is looking to foster dual listings with the West African regional exchange. “We are looking to attract and encourage dual listings,” Ibukun Adebayo, co-chief of emerging markets at the LSE Group, tells This Is Africa during an event on west African capital markets. “Listing with the LSE provides profile and additional liquidity in nations promoting dual listings.”
  • Christine Lagarde, visited Mali.

    MALI, 2014/03/08 A mission from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is expected here on Thursday, less than two months next its Managing Director, Christine Lagarde, visited Mali. The mission is due to meet the country’s senior officials and several directors of services in charge of mobilizing internal revenues, over the implementation of the IMF recommendations, urging Mali to improve its business environment, develop its financial sector, establish transparency, reorganize the electricity tariff, inclunding reduce tax exemptions for several products.
  • IMF Approves Credit Facility Arrangement for Mali 2011-12-28

    MALI, 2011/12/28 The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) today approved a new three-year, SDR 30 million (about US$46.3 million) arrangement for Mali under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF) in support of the country’s strategy to increase increase and reduce poverty. The amount approved under the new arrangement represents 32 % of Mali’s quota in the IMF. The Board’s decision enables the immediate disbursement under the new arrangement of an amount equivalent to SDR 6 million (about US$9.3 million).
  • IMF Mission to Mali 2011-10-02

    MALI, 2011/10/02 "The economic program of the government of Mali supported by the IMF remains on track and, as a result of the pursuit of prudent macroeconomic policies, prospects are good for reaching the program objectives by end-2011. Owing to satisfactory rainfall levels and strong international prices for gold and cotton, GDP growth is forecast at 5.4 % and inflation should remain below 3 % in 2011.