World Bank Deliberates Wolfowitz Tenure
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Here's an update on two embattled leaders. The first is World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz. His future is still uncertain. Yesterday, the World Bank board considered what to do about a finding that he broke the rules by arranging a promotion and generous pay raise for his girlfriend. A board source said Wolfowitz was expected to quit but be speared severe criticism. By the end of the day, though, no such agreement was reached.
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