Paul Volcker, a former chairman of the Federal Reserve, has lambasted the World Bank's governance and anti-corruption strategy.
A review published on Thursday of the World Bank's department of institutional integrity, conducted with Volcker at the helm, said: "Serious operational issues and severe strains in relations with some operations units have arisen, at times contributing to counter-productive relations between the World Bank and borrowers and funding partners."
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