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Rogoff backs Manuel.
In a comment in UK daily The Guardian, former IMF chief economist Kenneth Rogoff calls for Wolfowitz to step down, and gives a nod to South African finance minister Trevor Manuel.
Jeff Powell ~ April 19, 2007
"By treating the [World Bank presidency] as if it's an ambassadorship to Liechtenstein," the New York Times writes, "we fail to consider the most highly qualified candidates and too easily fall into the trap of using the bank as a tool of American policy."
David Steven ~ February 20, 2005
Manuel makes his play?
Last week, worldbankpresident.org broke the story that Trevor Manuel - South African finance minister - was being touted as candidate for World Bank president.
David Steven ~ January 26, 2005
Manuel the coming man?
I have been told by sources in and near the Bank that Trevor Manuel is a key figure people are considering as a way of opening up the Bank president selection.
Alex Wilks ~ January 20, 2005
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