Eradicating Poverty Requires Inclusive, Sustainable Economic Growth, World Bank’s Kim Says

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“After the World Bank spring meetings wrapped up over the weekend in Washington, D.C., the international development community is busy going over what was discussed, what was accomplished and — maybe even more importantly — what remains to be done to meet the institution’s overall goal of eradicating extreme poverty by 2030. … World Bank President Jim Kim stressed the goal can be attained within that deadline, but only if economic growth is inclusive and sustainable — and even that’s not enough…” (Santamaria, 4/15).

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