Jim Yong Kim’s Mixed Messages To The World Bank, And The World – OpEd
Wednesday, 23 January 2019 () By Patrick Bond*
World Bank president Jim Kim is an ex-leftist who claims that in the mid-1990s he wanted to shut down the Bank. At the time, it was an entirely valid, realistic goal of the 50 Years is Enough! Campaign and especially the World Bank Bonds Boycott. Kim’s co-edited Dying for Growth (2000) book-length...
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