IMF's Rato calls for structural reforms

The IMF is calling on Europe and Japan to promote sustainable economic growth through structural reforms, said the fund's managing director Rodrigo Rato.

Speaking at a conference on the 60th anniversary of the Bretton Woods agreements, Rato also said the US needs to make "active efforts" to reduce its current account and trade deficits.

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