IMF struggles to find a role on the global stage

According to this article from The Times, published Tuesday 10 April, both the IMF and the G7 are becoming outdated and toothless bodies as the world economic landscape is transformed by the rise of China, India and Brazil.

"Yet while these once commanding institutions no longer wield the clout they once did, attempts to overhaul the old order are trampled by disagreements on the nature of any new model, and over how to get there," the article says.

"The fund faces two further linked and

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