World Bank Deletes Critical Passage on China – WSJ

 

World Bank Deletes Critical Passage on China - WSJ

When I read this last Friday, it concerned me more than anything else I read that day. And Friday is the day I get both the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times.

The “World Bank” is the popular name for the International Bank of Reconstruction and Development, an institution originally founded to help rebuild national economies damaged or destroyed during World War II.

The section of a World Bank report that calls on China to reduce government interference in the nation’s financial system starting “at the highest level” has been removed from the bank’s website two days after it was released.

via World Bank Deletes Critical Passage on China – WSJ.

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