Canada's Dodge on an evolving IMF

In the speech 'The evolving international monetary order and the need for an evolving IMF' given on 30 March David Dodge of the Bank of Canada said the International Monetary Fund should virtually abandon the lending business and focus instead on becoming a tough global financial markets 'umpire'.

Delivering his second speech in two days on threats to the global economy, attacked the Washington-based institution. He called it meek, secretive and ineffective.

"Instead of making tough calls about

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