IMF’s Viñals announces ‘long and testing to-do list’ for policy-makers

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IMF's Viñals says the plan for ‘great normalisation’ is more urgent than ever

The International Monetary Fund's José Viñals has detailed a "long and testing to-do list" for policy-makers to complete if the global economy is to experience a "great normalisation".

Viñals, the IMF's financial counsellor, stressed the importance of a "collective effort". Speaking in Mumbai, he called on countries to implement "more comprehensive and concerted" action.

"This is now more urgent. Not acting promptly and falling into the downside scenario of global market disruption will be

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