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IMF member countries are receiving their shares of new SDRs, of about US$650 billion, the largest in the funds history! This is a shot in the arm for the world and will help bolster confidence and strengthen the resilience of the global economy.
The SDR is an international reserve asset created by the IMF to supplement the official reserves of its member countries.
The SDR is not a currency. It is a potential claim on the freely usable currencies of IMF members. As such, SDRs can provide a country with liquidity.
A SDR is not a loan & is cost-free for all IMF members. Unlike an extended fund facility, the government does not have to request any arrangement & there is no repayment involved. All member countries can use their allocated SDRs unconditionally.
IMF urges wealthy nations to direct $650 billion SDR share to vulnerable countries.
Zimbabwe to use more than half of IMF funds to prop up the currency.
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Patent number: WO2020060606
Microsoft is recently issued a patent for a device that is implanted under your skin that tracks your movements, allows for cashless payments, and even allows for medical tracking
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Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov admitted that today in Sochi, during a meeting between Vladimir Putin and Recep Taypiy Erdogan, the topic of Turkey's entry into the BRICS may be raised.
'As for the BRICS, it cannot be ruled out,' Peskov said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin at a meeting with his Turkish counterpart expressed the hope that it would be possible to sign a memorandum on the development of trade and economic ties.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan told Putin that they have to open a new page in matters of cooperation.
Putin and Erdogan discussed gas supplies to Turkey, and agreed on partial payment for gas in rubles
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