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Who funds the imf?

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16th Nov 2009 by David Becker

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is funded in two major ways. The first is requesting loans or receiving dues from its member countries. The member countries are for the most part, large industrial developed nations like the United States (the IMF's largest shareholder). The second most effective way for the IMF to receive income is collecting loan repayments (interest) from debtor countries.

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