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Topic - Rajat M. Nag
Mr. Nag said bank officials agree with much of the panel's findings.
Rajat M. Nag, managing director general of the Manila-based development lender, said the "glitz" of the continent's prosperous new hubs such as Shanghai and Jakarta, Indonesia, should not obscure the fact that large parts of the region still face poverty levels and social and health problems that rival sub-Saharan Africa.