Published on Oct 17, 2013
Karen Hudes exposes The World Bank. It is one of the world's largest financial institutions said to represent 188 nations from around the world. Its stated purpose focuses on investing in the development of third-world nations and lending interest-free loans to middle- and low-income countries.
According to the World Bank, there are two goals that have been set to be achieved by the year 2030. These include decreasing the amount of people living on less than $1.25 a day to less than 3% and fostering the income growth of the bottom 40% of every country.
Are these goals sensible for the World Bank to accomplish? And, more importantly, can they be successfully achieved in the midst of a significant shift in the global currency market?
To help us break down the global financial giant known as the World Bank and how you can protect your finances during this seemingly unstable global market, we are joined by Karen Hudes, who claims to be a former senior councilwoman at the World Bank.
Next News Network is currently investigating to verify that the allegations and testimonies made by Karen Hudes are accurate.
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