Bulgarian economist keeps her job as head of the International Monetary Fund, after the lender's board reaffirmed its confidence in her, despite data-rigging allegation.
Regardless of who was to blame for changes to World Bank data in 2017 that benefited China, the scandal has hurt the reputation of both institutions, former staff, officials and experts say
Former World Bank leader Kristalina Georgieva applied "undue pressure" on staff to boost China's ranking in the bank's 'Doing Business 2018' report, an investigation found. She disputes the findings.
G20 nations, whose financial heads meet in Venice this week, and policymakers from across the world need to speed up...