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The debt of poor countries is growing, warns the boss of the World Bank


At the opening of the annual meetings of the IMF and the Bank, David Malpass links deleveraging and the growth of the most vulnerable.

For his first exchange with the press, at the opening of the week of the annual meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the boss of the bank, David Malpass, could not avoid the subject. He was questioned on Monday on the case of manipulated data on China in

the bank's

Doing Business



, which implicates his predecessor Jim Yong Kim and the former number two of the institution, Kristalina Georigieva , who became the patron of the IMF


David Malpass has carefully avoided commenting on the Bulgarian fate, which these days occupies and embarrasses the 24 IMF administrators.

The head of the World Bank assured that the control procedures on the drafting of the report on the business climate - whose publication was canceled this year following the "Chinese affair" - are being revised.

He preferred to highlight another work by researchers at the bank, the statistical report on international debt, published

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Source: lefigaro

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