A blog reader sent me a link to this article reminding me that the G20 meets once again in Australia this weekend (thanks for that).
Usually, nothing much significant comes out of these meetings and early news articles are pretty much expecting the same thing this time.
But here are a few quotes from the article that confirm that there is far from unity of mind these days at the IMF.
"The International Monetary Fund's chief, Christine Lagarde, has called on Australia to help the G20 work together to complete financial sector and tax reforms, as a resurgence of unilateral approaches to monetary policy threatens to undermine the global body's mandate of international economic co-operation."
"This year's series of G20 meetings in Australia are meant to focus on fostering economic growth. But the recent turbulence faced by emerging markets as the US winds back its monthly bond-buying program and the outlook for China's growth could dominate Sydney's agenda instead."