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This paper proposes a six-month extension of the period for consent to increase quotas under the Fourteenth General Review of Quotas.1 The current deadline is due to expire on June 30, 2012;2 however, Resolution No. 66-2 provides that the Executive Board may extend the period for consent as it may determine. An extension under the Board of Governor’s Resolution No. 66-2 will also extend the periods of consent for quota increases under the 2008 Reform of Quota and Voice (Resolution No. 63-2) and the Eleventh General Review of Quotas (Resolution No. 53-2).
International Monetary Fund
This paper proposes a six-month extension of the period for consent to increase quotas under the Fourteenth General Review of Quotas. The current deadline is due to expire on December 31, 2011; however, Resolution No. 66-2 provides that the Executive Board may extend the period for consent as it may determine. An extension under the Board of Governor’s Resolution No. 66-2 will also extend the periods of consent for quota increases under the 2008 Reform of Quota and Voice (Resolution No. 63-2) and the Eleventh General Review of Quotas (Resolution No. 53-2).
International Monetary Fund
This paper proposes a further six-month extension of the period for consent to increase quotas under the Fourteenth General Review of Quotas. The current deadline is due to expire on December 31, 2014; however, Board of Governor’s Resolution No. 66-2 provides that the Executive Board may extend the period for consent as it may determine. An extension under Resolution No. 66-2 will also extend the periods of consent for quota increases under the 2008 Reform of Quota and Voice (Resolution No. 63-2) and the Eleventh General Review of Quotas (Resolution No. 53- 2).
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Mauritania Micronesia, Fed. States of Mongolia Appendix II. Status of Members’ Consents to Increases in Quotas Under the 2008 Reforms of Quota and Voice in the International Monetary Fund (as of December 8, 2014) The six members listed below have not yet consented to their respective quota increases under the Board of Governors’ Resolution No. 63-2: Bahrain Turkmenistan ( * ) Bhutan ( * ) Costa Rica Kazakhstan Palau, Republic of ( * ) * Bhutan, Palau, and Turkmenistan

International Monetary Fund

1. This paper proposes a six-month extension of the period for consent to increase quotas under the Fourteenth General Review of Quotas. 1 The current deadline is due to expire on June 30, 2012; 2 however, Resolution No. 66-2 provides that the Executive Board may extend the period for consent as it may determine. An extension under the Board of Governor’s Resolution No. 66-2 will also extend the periods of consent for quota increases under the 2008 Reform of Quota and Voice (Resolution No. 63-2) and the Eleventh General Review of Quotas (Resolution No. 53

International Monetary Fund

1. This paper proposes a six-month extension of the period for consent to increase quotas under the Fourteenth General Review of Quotas. 1 The current deadline is due to expire on December 31, 2011; however, Resolution No. 66-2 provides that the Executive Board may extend the period for consent as it may determine. An extension under the Board of Governor’s Resolution No. 66-2 will also extend the periods of consent for quota increases under the 2008 Reform of Quota and Voice (Resolution No. 63-2) and the Eleventh General Review of Quotas (Resolution No. 53