What is international monetary fund, Microeconomics

Q. What is International Monetary Fund?

International Monetary Fund: An international financial institution established after World War II with the goal of stabilizing and regulating financial relationships among countries, and making sure free flow of finance around the world economy. Based in Washington, D.C., it's governed by a system that grants disproportionate influence to the wealthier economies (based on their contribution to Fund's operating resources).

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