IMF chief draws fire over style as leader

This article published Wednesday 27 July suggests a whispering campaign has begun in Washington against IMF chief Rodrigo de Rato. They accuse Rato of being a hands-off manager who spends too much time abroad and eyes Spain's highest elected office, it says.

Click here to read the article "IMF chief draws fire over style as leader" on the International Herald Tribune's website

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