The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said its second ranking official, First Deputy Managing Director Geoffrey Okamoto, will leave the Fund in early 2022 and will be replaced by Gita Gopinath, who currently serves as the IMF’s chief economist.
Gopinath had also been scheduled to leave the IMF to return to Harvard University in January, but had decided to stay on in the wide-ranging policy role under IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva.
Earlier in the day, the man accused of attacking him pleaded not guilty
The roughly 200,000 members of the ruling Conservatives are voting to decide on a replacement for Prime Minister Boris Johnson
Yuan Wang 5 will dock in the Hambantota port on Tuesday
Rare species of animals including De Brazza monkey, 15 king snakes,five ball pythons and two Aldabra tortoises were recovered at Chennai airport
Hadi Matar is being held without bond, say prosecutors