The news of Kim’s departure left staff at the World Bank confused and uncertain about the future. Kim had been unpopular among some staffers for his previous criticisms of the institution he eventually led and his desire to use the bank as an instrument to promote global development. But it was still rare and unexpected for a World Bank president to leave the institutions three and a half years before his term is up. … [Read more...] about Ivanka Trump Suggested As Possible World Bank President With Her Father to Decide Next Head of International Institution: Report
Fizzling out world bank says global economy is set for a decade of gloom
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According to White House Deputy Director of Communications Jessica Ditto, Trump was named by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney to "help manage the U.S. nomination process as she's worked closely with the World Bank's leadership for the past two years," the Washington Examiner reported. … [Read more...] about WH: Ivanka to Assist Selection of World Bank President
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Fortunately, high-return opportunities for governments, communities and private enterprise to work together and invest productively worldwide are actually tremendous. Think about it: billions of people do not yet have regular access to basics such as clean water, reliable transportation, primary health care, electricity, literacy and useful skills, internet and communications technology, financial services, sanitation, housing , proper nutrition, a healthy natural environment, legal rights and accountable governance, and freedom from violence and repression. And even where those things are largely available, such as the United States and Europe, they cost more than they should and do not provide the best results possible. There are at least 20 highly-diverse countries with populations greater than 40 million — e.g. Algeria, Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Colombia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, … [Read more...] about Can the G20 Pull the Global Economy Out of its Stall?