A head for the World Bank

The process of choosing a new leader for the World Bank is devoid of much transparency, something the bank likes to preach, according to this article. With leaders traditionally being American, and chosen in secrecy by the US president, the decision lacks any input from other countries that might do business with the bank, it says.

Click here to read the article "A head for the World Bank" on the International Herald Tribune's website

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