Her lawyer says his team will look into appealing the decision.
As world leaders head to New York this week for the United Nations General Assembly, there is still no end to the heartbreaking images of war-torn cities in the Middle East and North Africa, and of a massive exodus of people looking for sanctuary and opportunities to sustain a livelihood.
2016 will be the fifth consecutive year with global GDP growth below its long-term average of 3.7 percent (1990-2007), and 2017 may well be the sixth.
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IMF chief Christine Lagarde said the Republican candidate's antitrade policies could be "disastrous."
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Christine Lagarde reckons that higher minimum wages and more family-friendly policies would improve the economy.
Speculation that the IMF would pressure Greece to negotiate is "nonsense," says a letter rife with thinly veiled criticism.