The World Bank presidential race heats up

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Who will President Trump nominate to succeed Jim Kim? America's hold on the World Bank presidency could be on the line.


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Inside Development

Brexit fallout, World Bank elections, and a deadly day in Nairobi: This week in development

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Development organizations mourn staff and leaders in Nairobi, Oxfam’s leaders welcome a highly critical report, and the World Bank presidential race heats up.

Global Views

Opinion: The 'impact imperative' for sustainable development finance

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The shared responsibility for finance actors to deliver on the SDGs means they must adopt a shared understanding of "impact," writes Jorge Moreira da Silva, director of OECD's Development Co-operation Directorate.

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