(Updates with Zhou comment in the second paragraph.)
Feb. 26 (Bloomberg) -- China will do its part to boost resources for the International Monetary Fund, the country’s central bank Governor Zhou Xiaochuan told reporters in Mexico City at the end of a Group of 20 summit.
Zhou cited the meeting’s communiqué as saying that it’s “positive to push forward and deliver the action plan,” including increasing the IMF’s resources. “China as an important member of the G-20 group will certainly do our job in this regard,” he said.
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