Gordon Brown on current challenges to the IMF

Statement by Rt Hon Gordon Brown, United Kingdom International Monetary and Financial Committee, Washington D.C., 12 April 2003.

We meet here in Washington at a difficult and critical time not just for the global economy but also for the international community. Representing 184 economies across the world, this meeting is a tribute to the spirit of international cooperation and multilateral progress that underpins the IMF. It provides an opportunity to demonstrate our common purpose in facing

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