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Baton in hand

13 October 2008 By Ian Campbell

In the boom years, the International Monetary Fund looked like a pointless relic. But the credit squeeze hit emerging economies as well as mature ones. The IMF can help. It also wants to take on a global coordinating role. That looks more difficult.

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