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February 07, 2006

Honesty About Corruption At The World Bank

After the nonsense surrounding his nomination, it seems as though Paul Wolfowitz is tackling one of the issues that should really concern anyone truly worried about world poverty: corruption in aid-recipient countries and world institutions.
This has to be good news, and combined with the Oil For Food concerns may be part of a broader concern over this problem. Giving money and aid is important: but doing so into a country without the rule of law is much more likely to succeed.

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