IMF says board to meet June 28 to select new chief
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund said on Monday that its board will meet on June 28 to discuss the strengths of the two candidates for managing director, with the aim of deciding the winner by June 30.
The fund said in a statement that Mexico central bank governor Augustin Carstens is visiting the fund on Monday and Tuesday of this week for a series of interviews, while French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde will visit on Wednesday and Thursday.
(Reporting by David Lawder)
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