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15 February 2012 By Christopher Swann

Robert Zoellick’s successor is apt to spend less time doling out cash. The agency’s share of investment in poor nations has shrunk and global growth is culling its client list. With failed states a bigger business, the next president should be less a banker and more a fixer.

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