World Bank/IMF reform plan too weak

April 2003
Ecologist;Apr2003, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p7
Reports on the criticism of the World Bank and the United Nations International Monetary Fund (IMF) proposals to give poor countries more of a say in the two institutions. Technocratic changes suggested in the IMF/World Bank report.


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