Without bothering to turn his head, George could see a famous film producer, a minor poet, a mathematician, two actors, an atomic power engineer, a game warden, the editor of a weekly news magazine, a statistician from the World Bank, a violin virtuoso, a professor of arthrology and an astrophysicist.
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The World Bank was offering a loan subject to the government addressing human rights issues, but the deal fell through when China provided the loan without condition.
A World Bank study in 2000 found that 42.5 percent of Mexico’s 100 million people live on $2 or less a day.