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  1. Another major institution will likely be led by one of its chief ideological oponents, thanks to

    Trump's World Bank pick echoes calls for reform from other critics

    President Donald Trump's choice to lead the World Bank is a firebrand critic of the world's largest anti-poverty lender -- an institution he has ...
  2. David Malpass

    Trump taps fierce World Bank critic to take its helm

  3. Since World Bank President Jim Yong Kim announced he was cutting short his tenure, Ivanka Trump

    Commentary: Ivanka Trump for World Bank president?

    Over the 75-year history of the World Bank, its president has always been an American, says one observer.
  4. FILE PHOTO:  CEO of PepsiCo Indra Nooyi speaks at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum in New York

    White House considering Nooyi, Malpass, Washburne as World Bank candidates: administration official

    The White House is considering former PepsiCo Inc Chief Executive Indra Nooyi, Treasury Department official David Malpass and Overseas Private ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: World Bank President Jim Yong Kim and Ivanka Trump attend an event on women's entr

    Ivanka Trump to help select candidate to lead World Bank: White House

    Ivanka Trump will help manage the Trump administration's selection of a U.S. candidate for the position of World Bank Group president, a White ...
  6. World Bank President Jim Yong Kim is stepping down in February after six years at the helm of the

    Commentary: Did World Bank President Jim Yong Kim leave on his own accord?

    His resignation no doubt provides an opportunity for Donald Trump to push the Bank towards a more conservative global agenda, says one observer.
  7. FILE PHOTO: World Bank President Jim Yong Kim speaks at the opening ceremony for the first China In

    World Bank's Kim to join Global Infrastructure Partners

  8. Jim Yong Kim

    World Bank President Jim Yong Kim announces resignation

  9. Malaysia skyline

    Malaysia well on track to becoming high-income nation: World Bank

  10. Australia's conservative government is under pressure to act on climate change by curbing

    World Bank pledges US$200b for climate action