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Salaries covered up. And uncovered. The Independent on Sunday reports that in a letter written in response to a "brief conversation" and dated 13 July 2006, the bank's human resources head, Xavier Coll, told Mr Wolfowitz that it was "virtually impossible" to shut off access to individual salary details, although some staff had had their access "revoked".

As a service for wbp.org readers, we provide the link to Bank salary bands.

We might point out, for example, that Elena Segura, appointed senior legal counsel by Wolfowitz-appointee Ana Palacio only months after Segura had passed the bar, is likely paid somewhere between $92,000 and $168,000 per year. Tax-free. Nice little first job, huh?

Oh. The cries of the poor.

Jeff Powell ~ April 29, 2007


 
 
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