End corruption if you want to end poverty

05/17/2013 | AlertNet

There needs to be zero tolerance for corruption if we want to truly end poverty, writes Sri Mulyani Indrawati of the World Bank. "Without improving governance it will not be possible to lift the 1.2 billion people who still live of $1.25 a day or less out of poverty and to ensure that economic growth will benefit all citizens," she argues.

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