Lagarde condemns public and private corruption
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde – who is facing trial in France in connection with an allegedly rigged arbitration against the government while she was a minister – has condemned corruption and unethical behaviour in the public and private sectors at the opening of the IBA's annual conference in Washington, DC.
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