Desmond Lachman

former Deputy Director of the Policy and Review, International Monetary Fund

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Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute studying the international economy; former Chief Emerging-Market Economist at Solomon Smith Barney, he previously held several positions at the International Monetary Fund (1972-1996), including Deputy Director of its Policy and Review Department

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