G20 will include IMF, World Bank reform talks

The agenda for October's meeting of the Group of 20 finance ministers and central bank chiefs will include reform of the IMF and World Bank, deputy finance minister Li Yong told the official Xinhua news agency.

Mr Li said the G20 should work out a roadmap for the future reform of the IMF and the World Bank but did not give specific details.

The G20 includes the leading industrialized countries and major developing nations such as China, India, Saudi Arabia and South Africa.

Russia, Australia

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