Financial markets Christian Lindner at Princeton University: his lecture in full
At the end of his US visit, on 14 April, Finance Minister Christian Lindner gave a lecture at Princeton University, in which he emphasised: “Individuals in the liberal order have the same rights; they differ in what they make of their rights.” Watch the lecture in full here.
Financial markets Christian Lindner at Princeton University: excerpts from his lecture
Finance Minister Christian Lindner spoke to students at Princeton University about the principle of responsibility, including in a global context: “If we give all members of our societies fair opportunities to develop their freedom, this should also be our agenda at the international level.” Watch excerpts from the lecture here.
Financial markets The IMF and World Bank spring meetings: a recap
Finance Minister Christian Lindner looks back at the spring meetings that took place in Washington, D.C. from 12 to 14 April. He is returning to Berlin with two main tasks: to ensure that the federal budget contains no new borrowing and to boost economic growth, not least in order to better meet the state’s social responsibilities.
Financial markets The IMF and World Bank spring meetings: an update
What’s happened so far and what’s coming up next? Finance Minister Christian Lindner provides an update on the IMF and World Bank spring meetings in Washington, D.C., and looks ahead to the G20 meeting, which will focus above all on the global minimum tax rate and on financial literacy and inclusion.
Financial markets Christian Lindner on debt restructuring for low-income countries
During the IMF and World Bank spring meetings in Washington, D.C., Finance Minister Christian Lindner talked about debt restructuring for low income countries and China’s responsibility.
Financial markets A look ahead to the IMF and World Bank spring meetings
Finance Minister Christian Lindner is travelling to Washington, D.C., where the IMF and World Bank spring meetings are taking place from 12 to 14 April. Boosting economic recovery and growth is the top priority, says the German finance minister on the flight to the US.
German Finance Minister Christian Lindner is attending the G20 meeting in India from 23–25 February. During his flight to Bengaluru, he outlined the most pressing topics that will be discussed at the meeting. The global economy continues to face high risks as a result of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine. It is important to fight inflation and boost the supply side in a targeted way.
Financial markets #CL_explains: Combating financial crime
People who pay their taxes by the rules expect everyone else to do the same. What measures are we taking to fight money laundering? Why do measures to combat financial crime benefit everyone? We can explain!
Financial markets Annual Meetings of the IMF and World Bank: a recap
The Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank took place on 12−14 October. The event served as a forum for in-depth discussions on the major challenges facing the global economy. In times like this, it is more important than ever for countries that abide by democracy, the rule of law, multilateralism and a rules-based international order to engage in close cooperation – …
Financial markets Christian Lindner explains what is on the agenda of the G20, IMF and World Bank meetings on 13 October
Christian Lindner provides a brief preview of the second day of the IMF and World Bank Annual Meetings. The day’s talks will focus in particular on the risks facing the global economy. Lindner emphasises: we must fight inflation and ensure a reliable, affordable energy supply. Together with our partners around the globe, we will build a bridge to the post-crisis future.