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Coalitions for change : 1999 annual meetings address to the Board of Governors by James D. Wolfensohn, President, the World Bank Group (Inglês)

The report includes the discussion regarding challenge of development, of the need to educate girls and address the burden of debt. The president saw the need for the Bank to reorganize within and to embrace partnerships outside with a wholly new vigor; partnerships with other official aid and development institutions, with civil society, the private sector; to listen to and work more closely with the governments and people of the countries we serve.


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    Coalitions for change : 1999 annual meetings address to the Board of Governors by James D. Wolfensohn, President, the World Bank Group

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