Top Chinese Central Banker To Advise IMF MD

The International Monetary Fund has announced that  Zhu Min, a deputy governor of the People’s Bank of China, has been appointed a special advisor to the IMF’s managing director, Dominque Strauss-Kahn. The appointment reflects China’s growing influence in the global economy. We wonder if Zhu, who also worked for the World Bank for six years in the 1990s and did postgraduate work at two prestigious U.S. universities, John Hopkins and Princeton, isn’t being prepped for a top role at one of the multilateral agencies.


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