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Quota Reform: De Rato Hopes for Quota Progress

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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
October 2007
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Rodrigo de Rato said he hopes to make progress on reform of country representation at the Fund during his final weeks as IMF Managing Director. “I see quota and voice reform as crucial for the continued effectiveness of the Fund,” he said at the end of a trip to Russia on September 25.

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