Israel and the IMF
- Israel has been a member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) since 1954.
- Israel possesses an electoral power of 0.45% of the IMF electoral capacity, representing 11,348 votes.
- Israel's Minister of Finance and the Bank of Israel Deputy Governor act respectively as Governor and Alternate Governor of the fund for Israel.
- Israel is a member of the Dutch Constituency, consisting of 15 countries, including Armenia, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Luxemburg, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, Romania, and Ukraine, and is under the directorship of The Netherlands. This constituency possesses an electoral capacity of 6.57%, representing 165,496 votes.
IMF Article IV
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