International Monetary Fund

GUESTS: MICHEL CAMDESSUS Managing Director, International Monetary Fund The International Monetary Fund is the world's largest international lending agency, providing emergency loans and economic advice to nations in financial trouble. It has aided countries from Mexico to Thailand to most recently, Indonesia. Join Ray Suarez for a conversation with the head of the IMF, Michel Camdessus, about the institution and its role in international finance.

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