The World Bank's Future

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The World Bank meets in Washington this weekend, with a new president, the controversial Paul Wolfowitz. The organization also has an agenda packed with old and difficult issues, including proposals to wipe out the debt of poor nations. We discuss what's ahead for the World Bank.


Sebastian Mallaby, Washington Post columnist; author, The World's Banker



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