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Robert Zoellick

An American lawyer who spent most of his career in government service. He served in the U.S. Department of State and later was the U.S. Trade Representative. In 2007, he became president of the World Bank.
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Robert Zoellick, former World Bank Group president, will be rejoining Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) as the head of an advisory board that seeks out international investment and business potential.
Global Leadership Coalition, an international diplomacy advocacy group: Dick Lugar, Howard Berman and Robert Zoellick.
Zoellick will become its first Distinguished Visiting Fellow following the completion of his five-year term as President of the World Bank Group on June 30.
BERLIN: European leaders dealing with the sovereign debt crisis have done too little, too late, outgoing World Bank chief Robert Zoellick said, warning that Europe risks losing influence and developing nations now face increasing market uncertainty.
Summary: Europe's leaders are doing too little too late to solve the region's debilitating sovereign debt crisis and must act quickly, World Bank chief Robert Zoellick said in an interview released on Sunday.
London, June 17 ( ANI ): The head of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, will warn participants at the G20 summit in Mexico that the Euro crisis could spark a Lehman-style global sacre that will have dire consequences for developing nations.
Outgoing World Bank president Roberd Zoellick has warned that financial troubles in Europe could trigger a new global crisis, just at a time that Greece is holding parliamentary elections seen as crucial for the eurozone.
World Bank President Robert Zoellick is calling for the issuiing of a supranational "euro bond" that would be backed by credit guarantees from stronger euro zone economies while providing cheaper funding to struggling ones.
Zoellick to bid him farewell, it was reported here today.
NEW DELHI: Amid a global debate about who should succeed him as World Bank president, Robert Zoellick said Friday that it is important for US candidates to get top leadership roles in international institutions if the world wants to keep Washington supporting them.
The planned aid programme was revealed by World Bank President Robert Zoellick during his two-day visit to Tunisia this week.
Zoellick will step down from his post on June 30 at the end of his five-year term, it was announced here Wednesday.