Georgieva promises to learn lessons from ‘Doing Business’ controversy

Kristalina Georgieva talks to David Malpass
Kristalina Georgieva speaks to World Bank president David Malpass
IMF Photo/ Cory Hancock

International Monetary Fund chief Kristalina Georgieva says the recent controversy around her actions at the World Bank underscores the importance of listening to staff concerns.

Addressing the press today (October 13) for the first time since the news broke, the IMF managing director again denied wrongdoing and stressed that the IMF executive board had affirmed its confidence in her position. On October 11, the board said the evidence against Georgieva “did not conclusively demonstrate” she

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