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Steven Weisman

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Chief International Economics writer for The New York Times

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The flap over  Paul Wolfowitz  has raised the political profile of the World Bank in a way that appears to have damaged the institution itself as well as Wolfowitz’s reputation.

The Wolfowitz Resignation

The flap over Paul Wolfowitz has raised the political profile of the World Bank in a way that appears to have damaged the institution itself as well as Wolfowitz’s reputation.

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