Dodge on policies for today's global economy

In the speech 'The right policies for today's global economy' given on 19 July David Dodge of the Bank of Canada said the IMF must adjust its quota system with ``urgency'' to give China and other countries more say and help resolve global imbalances.

The IMF, at its annual meeting in Singapore, should ``grant an `ad hoc' increase in quota to the four key countries that are clearly underweight in terms of quota and voting power: China, South Korea, Mexico and Turkey,'' Dodge said in the speech to

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