By Christine Lagarde
April 22, 2018
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Anti-corruption strategies require broader regulatory and institutional reforms (photo: Kritchanut/iStock).
The IMF Executive Board has just endorsed a new framework for stepping up engagement on governance and corruption in our member countries. Let me talk about why this is important and what it means for our work.