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Vol 3 (AAC) No 5

Published 1st March 2010


Zhu Min

Special Advisor to the Managing Director, International Monetary Fund

Advocates of Chinese engagement with Africa often take rhetorical swipes at the ‘Washington Consensus’. The fact is that China covets seats in the institutions that underpin it. Justin Lin’s appointment as the World Bank’s Chief Economist in 2008 was hailed as an indication of China’s rising status. Now on the scene is Zhu Min, who will join the International Monetary Fund as Special Advisor to the Managing Director, Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

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