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You've raised the issue of the World Bank and the IMF. I'm attracted to the notion that, post-pandemic, we can actually ask some big questions. As you said, this is unprecedented as an economic hit, certainly, and not just in our lifetimes, but a while back.
I'm wondering whether you think there's any attraction among other central banks and policy-makers around the world to really think in terms of something on the scale of a new Bretton Woods and sit down and ask if we want to look at the role of the World Bank and of the IMF, which was obviously originally established to set currency rates—it doesn't do that anymore—and also at the larger questions of how we structure our arrangements in a global economy in order to better meet the need for stimulus to get economies back up and staying stable post-pandemic.
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