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Developing nations' demands for better life must be met, says World Bank head

Published on Tuesday 11th of April 2017 05:54:13 PM in Guardian

Failure to meet the internet-inspired aspirations of people in poor countries runs the risk of creating the conditions for war, terrorism and increased migration, the president of the World Bank has warned.Speaking in London ahead of the Bank’s spring meeting next week, Jim Yong Kim said ...

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  • Total shares on Linkedin : 7
  • Total Plus Ones on Google : 1
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