IMF Controversy

NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports on the controversy surrounding the candidates nominated for the International Monetary Fund's managing director. The European Union, Japan and a group of African nations have all made their nominations for who should lead the IMF, but little consensus seems to be emerging.

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