Patience Oniha, director-general, Debt Management Office (DMO) says volatility in the international market affect Nigeria’s debt profile.

IMF predicts 1.9% growth for the Nigerian economy in 2018 - Finance - Pulse

IMF explains that the growth momentum in Nigeria will see an average rise in sub-Saharan Africa economy from 2.7% in 2017 to 3.1% in 2018.

IMF indifferent to planned sale of assets to fund 2018 budget

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) yesterday expressed indifference to the move by the Federal Government to sell some state-owned assets to fund the 2018 budget spending gap as an alternative to increased borrowing.

IMF predicts Nigeria’s economy to grow by 1.9% in 2018 – The Sun Nigeria

IMF to Nigeria: Watch your debt service/ revenue generation

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It's time to address Nigeria's debt service/revenue ratio, IMF tells FG - Vanguard News Nigeria

ABUJA—THE International Monetary Fund, IMF, yesterday, asked the Federal Government to to take steps to address Nigeria’s rising debt service/revenue ratio.

IMF concerned over CPEC energy deals implications IMF concerned over CPEC energy deals implications

Source says $9 billio­n discre­pancy surfac­e in figure­s quoted by Islama­bad, Beijin­g about CPEC projec­ts

IMF upbeat on Irish economy, but issues warning on EU risks

The economy is expected to grow at a red-hot 7.8pc this year, according to the European Commission, although the pace will slow from next year

IMF dissatisfied with power sector performance

ISLAMABAD - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Thursday expressed dissatisfaction over the performance of Pakistan’s power sector and recommended to

IMF warns Nigeria on debt service   - The Nation Nigeria

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cautioned the Federal Government  to be mindful of the country’s rising debt service to revenue ratio

Nigeria servicing debt with more than 50% revenue – IMF Nigeria servicing debt with more than 50% revenue – IMF

Everest Amaefule, Abuja The International Monetary Fund on Thursday painted the precarious situation of the nation’s economy in particular and Sub...