IMF mulls currency surveillance tools

Rodrigo de Rato, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund says the Fund will soon announce more details above its new surveillance system for foreign exchange policies, which will make clear to member countries what is "acceptable to the international community."

The Fund has updated its existing 30-year-old monitoring system in order to identify currency manipulation that could destabilise trade and capital flows.

De Rato dismissed suggestions that the new focus on exchange

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