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On August 31, 2000, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced that, for the first time, it will start regular publication of "information on the sources of financing for IMF lending." After each quarterly financial transaction plan is completed, the IMF will post on their Website the data on the amount of money donated by each member country used to finance lending operations as well as other transactions. This first report covers member lending from March 1, 2000 to May 31, 2000. Along with the data, it also explains the significance of each column in the report and the criteria for selecting members to finance IMF transactions. On the left side of the screen, users will find a short menu which links to other sources of information about the IMF, including a lengthy explanation on the financial operations and organization of the IMF, lending information, and a helpful glossary of terms.
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