IMF's Lipton says Germany faces grave risks from global 'mismanagement'

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European countries should keep in mind the interests of the international community and "engage over them" as they address economic problems, the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) first deputy managing director David Lipton said in a speech in Berlin yesterday, arguing Germany would face "grave risks in the event that global interconnectedness is mismanaged."

"My appeal to you tonight is that as Germany carries on the work of the European project, it should lift its sights to the global

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