Charting the IMF’s Role Amid U.S. and Eurozone Debt Concerns

July 26, 2011

Charting the IMF’s Role Amid U.S. and Eurozone Debt Concerns
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Christine Lagarde, the newly appointed Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, discusses the IMF’s changing role amid growing concerns over U.S. and Eurozone debt with Tom Glocer, Chief Executive Officer of Thomson Reuters.

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