Emerging nations should be included in the top leadership of the International Monetary Fund, China’s central bank chief said following the resignation of embattled managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn, AFP reported. “The make-up of top management should better reflect changes in the global economic structure and better represent emerging markets,” Zhou Xiaochuan said in response to the resignation of Strauss-Kahn, the French politician who faces sexual assault charges in New York. The make-up of the IMF has long been dominated by Western countries. State media said Thursday that the new IMF boss should be Chinese. Zhu Min, a former deputy governor of China’s central bank and a special advisor to Strauss-Kahn, is speculated to be a candidate to succeed his former boss.