U.S. faces challenge over World Bank pick

The World Bank is slated to begin interviews today of candidates for the post of president amid an international challenge -- for the first time in the institution's history -- of the selection of the U.S., Jim Yong Kim, who critics say lacks basic qualifications for the job. Many have endorsed Nigeria's Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, a former managing director of the bank.

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