United States: Christine Lagarde intends to appoint Mitsuhiro Furusawa, a former special adviser to the prime minister and minister of finance of Japan, as a deputy managing director at the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Managing director Lagarde announced the move yesterday. Furusawa will replace Naoyuki Shinohara in the post, when he leaves the institution at the end of February.
Furusawa, who studied law at the University of Tokyo, and also graduated from France's Ecole Nationale d'Admini
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