DSK on the Fund's future

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund, has said that the objectives of the Fund remain just as relevant today as they did in the 1940s; the question was how to meet them.

Speaking at the Bank of Spain, Strauss-Kahn said the answer to meeting these objectives was twofold.

"First, we must move quickly to help the world restore stability. This is a critical period, and decisions taken now will determine the future of the global economy-and of the Fund-for

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