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Could there be last-minute candidates in the race for the top job at the IMF?
South Africa's finance minister says an emerging markets candidate should get the job.

Could there be last-minute candidates in the race for the top job at the IMF?
Lesley Curwen talks to South Africa's finance minister Pravin Gordhan who says
his government is still considering whether to nominate his predecessor, Trevor Manuel.

Plus the BBC's economic correspondent Andrew Walker reports on the economic credentials of the candidates so far.

And leading US economist Irwin Stelzer argues the French candidate Christine Lagarde is the best option. 'Comes the time, comes the woman' he says.

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