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“Those institutions – like any – must evolve in response to changes in their environment. If they do, they can remain relevant," said James Haley, senior fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation and a former IMF executive director, in a CIGI-published paper last week.

"If, however, they fail to adjust, they risk irrelevancy and being relegated to the dustbin of history.”

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