Inside the IMF
The International Monetary Fund has played a key role in efforts to fix the global financial crisis. Can it fix the global economy too? Stephanie Flanders reports.
In the past two years the International Monetary Fund has come out of the shadows to play a key role in efforts to fix the global financial crisis. Governments say they want it to fix the global economy as well. But what do the staff inside this institution in Washington really think about their work? And are they up to the job? The BBC Economics Editor, Stephanie Flanders has had an exclusive opportunity to find out.
Producer: Neil Koenig.
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