IMF's Rato says more rate rises may be needed

International Monetary Fund managing director Rodrigo de Rato said in an interview with Bloomberg on Friday 17 November that central banks may need to increase interest rates further to keep inflation under wraps, amid faster global economic growth.

``There is no clear slowdown,'' de Rato said in an interview in Melbourne, where he will attend the meeting of the Group of 20 industrial and emerging economies over the weekend.

``In many important economies inflationary pressures have not yet dis

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