IMF's Christine Lagarde faces fresh questions
Christine Lagarde will find out on Friday if she will be put under formal investigation for her role in a payout made to a tycoon when she was finance minister.
Bernard Tapie, a supporter of the former President Nicolas Sarkozy, was awarded 400m euros (£342m; $516m) in 2007, in a dispute with the bank Credit Lyonnais.
The IMF chief says she has done nothing wrong, insisting the controversial payout was the best solution at the time.
Nkem Ifejika reports.
24 May 2013
- From the section Business