IMF will lose a third senior official

WASHINGTON - Jack Boorman is planning to leave the IMF, probably later this year. Fund officials were quick to stress that Mr Boorman had been at the IMF for 25 years and that his leaving was not a shock.

ARTICLE - The loss of a third senior staff official in quick succession from the International Monetary Fund may raise questions about morale among senior staff following the arrival of Horst Kohler, the fund's managing director, last year.

Jack Boorman is currently the highly respected head of

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