The Bretton Woods Update (March 1999) reported that the 2 social advisors recently appointed to the IMF were being funded by the Department for International Development (DFID). In fact they are being paid for by the IMF.
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This briefing shows that multilateral governance is at risk if long-overdue IMF quota amd board reforms are not ratified.
This briefing analyses the "biggest investment boom in human history", examining elements of a new public-private partnership focused infrastructure investment model, including the role of the World Bank Group.
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