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The G20 pledged not to play the IMF currency war China share by the sixth rose to the third

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Two days of the group of 20 (G20) finance ministers and central bank governors meeting in gyeongju 23, the meeting is the international monetary fund (IMF) share reform to achieve "historic agreement", confirm the shift to emerging economies more than 6% of the vote. After the completion of the share reform, China has the share will rise to the third. The g20 also promised to avoid "competitive devaluation", the so-called "currency wars". China's central bank governor zhou xiaochuan in his speech stressed that the reform of the IMF's priority is to implement the G20 summit leaders promised to complete the share reform before the summit in Seoul. As the largest developing country and the largest share is undervalued, China's share of the international monetary fund and the voice should be improved.

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