Rato on the IMF in Asia and the global economy

In the speech 'The changing role of the IMF in Asia and the global economy' given on 13 June Rodrigo de Rato of the IMF said reinventing the IMF may have come just in time as world markets recoil amid rising inflation and interest rates.

On a visit on Tuesday to Australia, Rato warned that risks to the global economy had clearly increased, seen in falling equity markets, commodity prices and accompanying tightening of easy money.

"I want to make sure that when financial market conditions worsen

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