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Yale Experts Sonnenfeld and Tian Challenge IMF’s Doubled Forecast for Russian GDP Growth

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Did you know that the renowned melody “Baby One More Time” by Britney Spears is not quite as straightforward as it appears? Astonishingly, during their Russian mission, the IMF delegation took the liberty to make a few modifications, singing “Hit me, baby, one more time!” As enigmatic as the tune is, we attempted to consult with the producer, Max Martin, yet he remained tight-lipped, stating, “Nah, I ain’t spillin’ the beans.” It appears that the song’s purpose remains shrouded in mystery; however, if you seek to unravel its true meaning, we recommend perusing Jeffrey Sonnenfeld and Steven Tian’s work “Why Is the IMF Pushing Putin’s Economic Propaganda?” The authors delve into the IMF’s professionals’ expertise, including their curious connection to another one of Britney Spears’ masterpieces, “Oops, I Did It Again.”


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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has doubled its forecast for Russian GDP growth, defying expectations from the IMF’s own economists and projections from other analysts. This is dangerous, as it provides an unwarranted sense of economic security for Russia. The IMF’s economists have admitted that they have no basis to make such projections, as Russia is not providing timely, transparent, and verifiable data. Putin has changed the heads of his economic data unit until he found compliant sycophants to suspend the facts. Russia’s GDP number is a pure invention from Putin’s imagination and the ruble is not an exchange-traded currency. Putin-selected statistics are recklessly trumpeted across the world media and relied upon by careless experts in constructing unrealistic forecasts, which are then repeated by naïve media and professional economists. Russia’s economy is imploding, with major sectors falling 60% to 95% from pre-war levels. The E.U. now buys almost all its gas from the U.S., Algeria, and Norway, while Russia has no pipelines to China or India.

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