Interrupting the Cocktails

Gupte, Pranay
September 1999
Newsweek (Atlantic Edition);09/20/99 (Atlantic Edition), Vol. 134 Issue 12, p4
Comments on how the crises in Indonesia and Russia have affected the agenda of a meeting by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. The bank and IMF's reconsideration of further aid to Indonesia; How massive corruption in Russia has called into question the institutions' ability to administer aid effectively; How the institutions must think about how their actions interact with political and social developments.


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