French court postpones Lagarde 'abuse' probe decision

A French court Friday postponed a decision on opening a corruption probe into new IMF chief Christine Lagarde over her actions as a minister.

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A French court summoned by a senior prosecutor to deliberate on opening an investigation into ‘abuse of authority' by the International Monetary Fund's new Managing Director, Christine Lagarde, has delayed a decision until August 4th.