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(From AFX Europe (Focus))
SINGAPORE (XFN-ASIA) - World Bank president Paul Wolfowitz pressed ahead with his anti-corruption agenda on the eve of a key meeting of the institution on the issue.
Wolfowitz, speaking at a seminar on the sidelines of the IMF and World Bank conference, said a paper on "governance and anti-corruption" efforts will be discussed by the bank's decision-making development committee on Monday.
"The fact that governance and anti-corruption have risen high on the agenda of the World Bank reflects I think a worldwide recognition that better governance and reduced corruption are key to addressing the central mission of our …