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is part of the World Bank, now presided over by James Wolfensohn, a fellow often touted in the press as a veritable Renaissance man: patron of the arts and philanthropies tempering bankerly skills with steely resolve to discipline the proconsuls in the World Bank Group, who have made that institution a byword for arrogance and double-dealing.
Not to mention, adds a bankerly voice, the fact that much of our legislation and government spending, as well as the financial and service sectors, are hopelessly out of step with the rest of the European Community.
Our man would have taken the oath of office amid economic rubble and bankerly bellows that his prospective irresponsibility had wrecked Brazil.