| GEO Business|
| IMF chief to travel to Asia|
| Updated at: 1101 PST, Friday, November 06, 2009|
WASHINGTON: International Monetary Fund Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn will visit Asia this month and meet with Chinese officials to discuss the global economic recovery, an IMF official said.
The IMF managing director will arrive first in Singapore, where he is to deliver the 2009 Monetary Authority of Singapore lecture on November 13 on "the role of Asia in reshaping the global economy," she said. Strauss-Kahn will visit China on November 16-17.
He will meet in Beijing with Chinese authorities to discuss "the international policy response to the crisis and prospects going forward and the role of Asia," she said.