The Guardian – Jim Yong Kim abruptly announced Monday that he will be stepping down as head of the World Bank by February 1, sending shockwaves through the international aid community. Kim’s decision means he will leave the post more than three years ahead of the end of his term. The World Bank, while at times controversial, is one of the largest donors to developing world countries. The Washington-based organization has been behind huge infrastructure projects across Asia…

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