Pressure on the IMF to make surveillance a priority

IMF headquarters in Washington DC

At the International Monetary Financial Committee meeting in Washington, DC, over the weekend, representatives of constituencies from around the world called on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to take a central role in the surveillance of countries as global economic reforms kick in.

After discussing the developments in the US and calling for continued international cooperation on global reforms, Timothy Geithner, the secretary of the Treasury in the US, called on the IMF itself to step up

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