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IMF Social Change and Impact

The IMF recently proposed a $50 billion plan to negate the global asymmetries caused due to the pandemic by enabling social change and impacting less privileged countries. Critical factors for the inequity between advanced and low-income nations would be the lack of an inclusive vaccination program refined financial and healthcare facilities for its population among the low-income countries. The $16 trillion fiscal stimulus, the largest of its kind in modern history to fight COVID-19, is significantly driven by advanced countries, an intervention not feasible in countries with the inadequate financial muscle to take proactive measures in overriding short term economic fluctuations

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