IMF's clout and relevance wane

As finance ministers and central bankers from around the world gather in Washington this week for the IMF's annual meetings, the organization finds its relevance waning, this article published on Monday 19 September reports. The Fund may need to define a new role for itself, it says.

Click here to read the article "IMF's clout and relevance wane as nations turn to other lenders" on the Bloomberg website

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