Wednesday September 23, 2020

European trio in race to replace Lagarde at IMF

A first round of talks led by French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire, who is coordinating the search on behalf of the European Union, has reportedly whittled the field down to three names

30th July, 2019
Europeans have had a lock on IMF post

The search for a European candidate to replace Christine Lagarde at the helm of the International Monetary Fund has narrowed down to three candidates ahead of a September 6 deadline the lender has set for applicants, according to two officials familiar with the deliberations.

A first round of talks led by French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire, who is coordinating the search on behalf of the European Union, has whittled the field down to three names,...

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