• SOURCE: IMF

20181012 IMF PLENARY

ID

522712

Shoot Date

12 Oct 2018

Shoot Location

Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia

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Shotlist
1. Wide Indonesian President Joko Widodo arriving to Plenary of Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund 2. Mid IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde arriving to seat 3. Wide Lagarde, Widodo, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim and leaders of Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, and Vietnam 4. Close Lagarde and Widodo chatting 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Petteri Orpo, Chair of the IMF Board of Governors and Finance Minister of Finland “Please rise and join together for the moment of silence to honor the lives that have been lost in the recent devastating natural disasters.” 6. Wide of leaders observing moment of silence 7. Wide Widodo walking up to podium 8. Mid leaders in audience 9. SOUNDBITE: (Behasa) Joko Widodo, Indonesian President “Thanks to the assistance of leading economies, the developing economies today can contribute hugely to the world economy. But, lately, it feels like the relations among the major economies is becoming more and more like The Game of Thrones.” 10. Wide Widodo speaking with video of Game of Thrones playing behind him 11. Mid Lagarde, Kim and Orpo reacting to Widodo’s speech 12. Wide of audience 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund “Even though trade cooperation has driven an unprecedented period of growth and prosperity over the last 70-plus years, today it faces a backlash—partly because too many people have been left out. We estimate that escalation of current trade tensions could reduce global GDP by almost one percent over the next two years. Clearly, we need to de-escalate these disputes. But also, clearly, we need to reform the global trade system to make it even better, fairer, and stronger.” 14. Wide cameras 15. Wide leaders at plenary
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