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The grim harvest of these cuts was an increase in preventable diseases and hence deaths – especially in Ghana.
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Dear Mr Camdessus Today I resigned from the staff of the International Monetary Fund after over 12 years, and 1, days of official Fund work in the field, hawking your medicines and your bag of tricks to governments and to people in Latin America and the Caribbean and Africa. A brief introduction from Dinyar Godrej and David Ransom. I would like to enlighten public opinion about our role and our operations in our member countries of the Third World.
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Why should financial markets be accountable only to themselves? The Left should embrace degrowth. Budhoo also explains why the IMF never xavison cuts to defence, police or public control measures instead of to basic services and subsidies for the poor: Er… what is neoliberalism, exactly? Thus begins the unprecedented, open, daavison resignation letter of Davison L Budhoo, who this year relinquished his position as an economist on the staff of the IMF in order to raise public clamour for the Fund’s reform.
Enough Is Enough (letter)
Unions face backlash after years of minimum wage increases. According to Budhoo, IMF employees ‘manipulated’ a key indicator of Trinidad and Tobago’s ability to compete and export the labour cost index to hammer home the point that massive devaluation was needed if the country was not to head for mounting economic chaos; the true figure he says, was far more encouraging.
Hunger In one third of recent cases countries were required by the IMF to reduce badly needed food subsidies.
Even when the inaccuracy was exposed by the Fund’s own statisticians, the IMF neither owned up, nor apologized to the government, nor publicly corrected its misinformation despite the implications of its judgement for foreign investment.
The economics profession was partly to blame for the financial meltdown of Less flamboyant and more measured in person than in print, Budhoo speaks with disillusionment about the Fund: VIP treatment at airports, royalty-class and first-class travel, Dallas-style hotels, generous allowances for overnight stays in playground cities and for high-class nightclubbing in ‘sin cities’, personal secretaries on every mission, G-5 Visas allowing staff to bring maids into the United States, not to mention medical, insurance and pension perks.
Mr Camdessus, the blood is so much, you know, it runs in rivers.
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We must get it anyhow – whatever is necessary to get it”. There is no evidence of greater efficiency, explains Dinyar Godrej.
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