International finance meetings back on agenda

UK - The International Monetary Fund and World Bank are finalising plans to call meetings of their powerful policy-making committees within two months. The meetings were postponed after the 11 September attacks.

The international monetary and financial committee (IMFC) and the development committee, which meet twice a year to hold the institutions to account, are likely to meet next month. The plans reflect a determination that the terrorist attacks should not be allowed to interfere with inte

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