GlossPost: Glossary of the Organizational Structure of the IMF (eng > ara,chi,fra,deu,por,rus,esl)
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Title: Glossary of the Organizational Structure of the IMF

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Prepared by the IMF Terminology Working Group and the TGS-Reference, Terminology and Documentation Section.

This list is not an official listing of the organizational structure of the IMF. The English entries are primarily based on the electronic telephone directory department listings. Every effort has been made to compile a full current list, but some recent structural changes may not have been included.



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URL: http://jolis.worldbankimflib.org/BLS/ORG_2003.PDF

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