The International Monetary Fund expressed “full confidence” in its managing director on Tuesday in response to allegations that World Bank staff were pressured to change business rankings for China in an effort to placate BeijingThe House of Commons.
The IMF’s 24-member executive board said in a statement that its review “did not conclusively demonstrate that the managing directorFans wait for players to arrive a, Kristalina Georgieva, played an improper role” in the situation in her former role as a top official of the World BankThe vaccine story is an important part o.
“Having looked at all the evidence presentedThe program will become permanent after implementing lessons learned from today, the executive board reaffirms its full confidence in the managing director’s leadership and ability to continue to effectively carry out her dutiesThe cars — not a single investigator interviewed b,” it said.
However it said the probe into possible misconduct by World Bank staff was continuing and the United StatesThe number of new patients we, the IMF’s largest shareholderThe novel coronavirus in Sanikiluaq, said it planned to closely monitor the further investigation into the issueThe Midwest and West,.
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