Tax reform, North Korea top U.S. agenda at IMF/World Bank meetings

Dimming prospects of tax reform in the U.S. The economic crisis in Venezuela. Persistent nuclear threats from North Korea.

These are just some of the monumental challenges facing global finance ministers and central bankers as they gather in Washington this week for the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.

Here's a look at four of the key issues likely to be on the agenda:

Tax reform

A big question heading into this week's meetings: Can the Trump administration...


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