The International Monetary Fund said on Tuesday that Deputy Managing Director Min Zhu, a Chinese national, will leave the fund when his five-year term expires in late July.
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Prior to joining the Fund in 2010 as a special advisor to the managing director, Zhu had served as deputy governor of the People’s Bank of China.