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Why is the World Bank controversial


Globalization101.org interviewed Sebastian Mallaby, columnist for the Washington Post, on the World Bank’s policy toward debt relief.

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One Response to "Why is the World Bank controversial"

  1. tellthetale says:
    Good answers, but he neglected to mention that the Bank was more aggressive in the 80′s and 90′s and had policies which were outright detrimental to development. The Bank of the 21st century is much more participatory, inclusive and works with governments rather than pushing policies on to them.

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