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US leaders urge Congress to ratify IMF reforms

The International Monetary Fund is seen June 5, 2011 in Washington, DC. Nineteen US leaders, including former Treasury secretaries, urged Congress Tuesday to ratify IMF reforms and remove the key obstacle to its implementation.Nineteen US leaders, including former Treasury secretaries, urged Congress Tuesday to ratify International Monetary Fund (IMF) reforms and remove the key obstacle to its implementation. "A stronger IMF, driven by US leadership, supports US and global interests," they wrote in a letter to the leaders of the Senate and House of Representatives.