Kohler says IMF may look again at 'Tobin tax'

GERMANY - Horst Kohler, the International Monetary Fund's managing director, on Monday acknowledged recent calls by political leaders in Germany and France for more detailed discussions on how better to control international capital markets.

He added, however, that he remained "very sceptical" about the introduction of a so-called Tobin tax, a proposed levy on international capital flows that has become a central demand of the burgeoning anti-globalisation movement.

Speaking in Berlin after a m

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