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The International Monetary Fund’s April 2019 edition of Fiscal Monitor is out and focuses on two broad themes: fiscal policy in a fast-changing global economy and curbing corruption. Corruption, which they describe as ‘the abuse of public office for private gain’ weakens key functions of the public sector, including the ability to collect taxes or to make expenditure choices in a fair and efficient way. You can download the full report here. Transparency International also looks at the IMF’s progress one year after it signalled a clear ambition to take a lead on tackling corruption.

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