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Media exec at Rogers Comms leaves to head golf's European Tour
The head of media at Canada's Rogers Communications Inc will leave the company this summer to become commissioner of the PGA European Tour golf events, the cable and media company said in a statement on Friday. Keith Pelley joined Rogers in August 2010, and in recent years repositioned the Roger Media division of the company and played a key role in presenting newly won National Hockey League content, the statement said. Pelley had previously worked in senior roles at CTV and TSN, channels now owned by Rogers rival BCE Inc. The departure news comes barely a week after his BCE peer Kevin Crull parted ways with his employer with immediate effect after interfering in news coverage of a decision by Canada's telecoms regulator.

American Uihlein leads in windy Shenzhen as Watson wilts
Amateur Uihlein of the U.S. tees off on the third hole at the 2011 U.S. Open golf tournament in Maryland(Reuters) - American Peter Uihlein took a one-stroke lead at the halfway stage of the European Tour's Shenzhen International on Friday as compatriot and twice Masters champion Bubba Watson struggled in swirling winds to lie in a share of 42nd place. Uihlein, tied for second overnight, started on the back nine and had a tough time, managing two birdies and a dropped shot before he took advantage of calmer conditions on the next nine holes to pick up three shots. The wind was swirling quite a bit," the 25-year-old Uihlein said.

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Ghana's IMF program likely to free up other lending: Lagarde
The head of the International Monetary Fund said on Saturday that a new IMF support program for Ghana would likely unlock lending from other bilateral institutions. "It clearly will have a catalytic effect," IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde told a news conference at the conclusion of a meeting of the IMF's steering committee. "When a country has signed a program ... it generally always triggers on the part of other bilateral institutions, of other bilateral lenders, financing that sometimes had been frozen or locked." Earlier this month, the Fund approved a three-year $918 million financial assistance deal for Ghana aimed at restoring economic stability and boosting job growth.

China wants to follow rules on currency basket: IMF official
By Anna Yukhananov WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China does not want to bend the rules in its favor to include the yuan in the IMF's basket of major reserve currencies, the No. 2 official at the International Monetary Fund said. The yuan's inclusion as the first emerging market currency in the basket would mark another stage in China's rise as a global economic player. "I can tell you that the Chinese have been quite clear in saying that they understand the broad rules that apply, and they wish to qualify under the current criteria," IMF First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton said in an interview during the spring meetings of the IMF and World Bank in Washington. Chinese economic reform plans, including opening up its capital account and deepening its financial markets, have set Beijing on the path to inclusion in the SDR basket, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said this week.
   

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