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Who will be the next World Bank president?

Here is a very interesting blog that keeps track of all the news rumours circulating about who will be the next World Bank president. The blog author, Alex Wilks, has counted 35 candidates so far. The most unlikely, I think, is rockstar activist, Bono from U2. But that hasn't stopped the LA Times nor The Times Online (UK) from backing him ahead of messrs Wolfowitz and Wolfensohn.

Visit: www.worldbankpresident.org

March 16, 2005 in News related | Permalink

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"Paul(Wolfowitz) is committed to development. He's a compassionate, decent man who will do a fine job in the World Bank"(George W Bush, at the White House press Conference March 16)

Yeah Right !

Posted by: Daniel Makar | 16 Mar 2005 20:57:29

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