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Mar 11, 2012
Zoellick, Lagarde to visit India amid search for new World Bank headDuring their separate visits, the World Bank President Robert Zoellick and IMF Chief Christine Lagarde are likely to meet top leaders and policymakers.
Mar 03, 2012
Will emerging countries back Jeffrey Sachs as World Bank chief?An online betting website in Ireland, called Paddy Power is taking bets and setting odds on who will become bank president. According to the weight of money, punters still expect an American to be the chief of the World Bank.
Feb 16, 2012
Will Hillary Clinton be the next World Bank President?Immediately after Robert Zoellick announced that he is stepping down US media reports claimed that possible candidates for his post are Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton and Larry Summers, the former economic adviser to the US President.
Feb 15, 2012
World Bank President Robert Zoellick to step down this JuneWorld Bank President Robert Zoellick said on Wednesday he plans to step down when his term ends on 30 June.
Oct 20, 2011
Eurozone talks stuck on bailout fund: SarkozyAdding to uncertainty, the Financial Times reported that plans to strengthen the banking system would fall short of market expectations.The latest official estimates have put the banks capital shortfall at less than 100 billion euros compared with a recent IMF report putting the funding hole and 200 billion euros.
Sep 26, 2011
Pranab to World Bank: India's long term growth intactIndia's long term growth remains intact, although it has been affected in the short term, Indian Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee has informed the World Bank.
Sep 20, 2011
Eurozone contagion spreading to emerging mkts: World Bank chiefThe drop in markets and confidence could prompt slippage in developing countries' investment and a pull-back by their consumers too, said Zoellick.
Sep 15, 2011
With power comes responsibility: World Bank asks big economies to tighten upZoellick said European countries were resisting difficult truths about their common responsibilities, Japan had held off on needed economic and social reforms, and political differences in the United States were overshadowing efforts to cut record budget deficits.
Aug 13, 2011
Take it from World Bank chief, 'more dangerous' times aheadZoellick's diagnosis scratches the surface a bit. It says the eurozone's sovereign debt issues are more troubling than the "medium and long-term" problems facing the United States.