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Who Should Run The IMF? A Chinese Point Of View

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Zhu Min, the former Chinese bank deputy governor, was a top Strauss-Kahn deputy. | AP

Last week, Dominique Strauss-Kahn resigned as head of the International Monetary Fund after being arrested on allegations of sexual assault on a hotel maid.

Among all international organization chiefs, the IMF managing director is the most important, and Strauss-Kahn's resignation immediately set off a battle of succession.

The leaders of European countries were very prompt in assuming that, according to custom, this position should again be taken by a European.

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