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China would rank second in IMF under funding proposal

Japan determined not to lose ground, while US is cool to the plan

International central bank governors and finance officials gathered for a Group of 20 member photo in Washington Thursday, the day IMF and World Bank annual meetings began.   © Reuters

WASHINGTON -- International Monetary Fund members began Thursday discussing a plan to raise funding quotas that would likely give China more sway in the body than Japan, the second-most-influential voter.

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