Strauss-Kahn cagey on reform details


Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), stressed on Sunday that it was "much too early" to get into detail about the Fund's bold plans to use reserves to act as insurance against future crises.

Strauss-Kahn parried calls for him to specify whether countries would be allowed to draw on the reserves pool unconditionally and how the Fund would pay for the strategy.

He acknowledged that the US healthcare insurance was not the model to follow, indicatin

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