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King Henry to the rescue

2 February 2007 By Martin Hutchinson

Lack of borrowers has caused income to slump, yet expenses have remained high. Flogging some of its gold allows the IMF to breakeven. But it would be better to cut costs and return excess capital to member countries.

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