Ebola, infrastructure and internal reform dominate World Bank annual meetings

The World Bank's annual meetings wrapped up over the weekend in Washington, D.C. with ambitious new proposals to respond to global pandemics and bridge the infrastructure financing gap for developing countries. The bank's internal reform process was also tackled by the influential Development Committee.

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  • Carlos Santamaria

    Carlos is a former associate editor for breaking news in Devex's Manila-based news team. He joined Devex after a decade working for international wire services Reuters, AP, Xinhua, EFE ,and Philippine social news network Rappler in Madrid, Beijing, Manila, New York, and Bangkok. During that time, he also covered natural disasters on the ground in Myanmar and Japan.