Brazil and Turkey As Seen Through IMF Eyes

The First Deputy Managing Director of the IMF, Anne O. Krueger, talks about how stable is the global economy and what the International Monetary Fund can do to increase global stability. Brazil and Turkey, she says, illustrate both the progress made and the challenges that still remain.

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