The International Monetary Fund's Managing Director, Kristalina Georgieva, has stated that the rail-to-sea Economic Corridor proposed by President Biden should not exclude any countries and should promote an integrated world economy. The corridor aims to counter China's influence in the Middle East and compete with its Belt and Road global infrastructure initiative. Georgieva emphasized the importance of trade as an engine of growth and urged countries to collaborate in a spirit of inclusivity. The corridor, announced by Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, aims to connect India with the European Union and Middle Eastern countries.
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