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Second Annual Conference of the Parliamentary Network on the World Bank : London, House of Commons, January 28-29, 2001 (Английский)

On January 28-29, 2001, the Parliamentary Network on the World Bank (PNoWB) held its second Annual Conference in London. This was a follow-up to the first conference in The Hague in May 2000, at which World Bank President James Wolfensohn was a keynote speaker. The aim of the London conference was twofold: to pursue the in-depth dialogue between parliamentarians and the World Bank on policy issues engaged in The Hague, where the conference focused on the role of parliamentarians in poverty reduction; 2) to agree on how the Parliamentary Network on the World Bank should be organized and what its activities should be over the next years. The meeting lasted one-and-a-half days and included sessions on globalization and governance, Africa, the future of foreign aid, and debt relief, as well as break-out sessions on corruption, trade and development, and representation of European countries in international financial institutions.

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    Second Annual Conference of the Parliamentary Network on the World Bank : London, House of Commons, January 28-29, 2001

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