Day: Should the World Bank consider non-Americans for its next president?

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20 March, 2012
By: Stockwell Day
Former cabinet minister

The world has been changing, dramatically. That reason alone gives merit to consider a wider spectrum of candidates. However, an overriding element would be to keep in mind the countries whose taxpayers are most significant in bankrolling the credit capacity of the Bank. Those countries which are most implicated in backing the Bank should get priority consideration.

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