There was no such 70% majority. That is the fact of what happened, and I am sure we will continue to be in contact with the authorities in Zimbabwe as they deal with a very difficult situation, and we think, you know, it needs careful attention and some serious policy (decisions).

We do not believe that is in fact the case at all. The reality is that inflation in Zimbabwe has been driven mainly by quasi-fiscal activities of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.

If you have a global economy that has been growing rather strongly for a number of years, you would hope that fund exposure declines.

There is absolutely no evidence of any diversion or misuse of IMF funds. We take the allegations extremely seriously, but we have found no evidence in that regard.

We are on track to deliver 100 per cent debt relief within the coming weeks to 19 of the 20 countries.

There have been questions regarding the sources of funds for the payments that Zimbabwe has been making.

We'd probably have to wake up 15 to 20 minutes earlier.

The mission timing will depend on the authorities indicating they're ready to go ahead with the third review mission ... which is related to social security.

It took a 70% weighted vote of the executive board to suspend the voting rights. It similarly takes a 70% weighted vote of the executive board to restore the voting rights.