Canada's Dodge on prospering in the global economy

In the speech 'Prospering in today's global economy: Challenges for open economies such as Australia and Canada' given on 6 November David Dodge of the Bank of Canada said the IMF should be able to bluntly tell governments when their policies hurt other economies so that it can soften risks to the global economy.

In a speech in Sydney, Australia, Dodge urged countries to improve the IMF's surveillance role to keep the global lender more effective.

He said the IMF should give unfettered criticism

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