The International Monetary Fund has amassed a $456bn crisis fund to help save the eurozone from the financial storm currently besieging it.
The IMF said the BRIC nations had made pledges of $95.5bn at the latest G20 summit, helping the IMF surpass their funding target of $430bn announced in April. The money came with a warning that things...
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