Robert Zoellick


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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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Sitting on the board of directors at Temasek is Robert Zoellick. Yes, the same Robert Zoellick who, as George W.
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.
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.
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.
He will succeed Robert Zoellick who is stepping down after a five-year term.
Deux representants de pays emergents et un Americain sont en lice pour succeder a l'Americain Robert Zoellick a la tete de la Banque mondiale, a annonce vendredi cette institution d'aide au developpement.
The planned aid programme was revealed by World Bank President Robert Zoellick during his two-day visit to Tunisia this week.
Washington, Feb 16 ( ANI ): Robert Zoellick will step down as President of the World Bank when his five-year term expires on June 30 this year.
World Bank President Robert Zoellick said on Wednesday he will step down in June and Washington pledged to put a replacement candidate forward within weeks for a job that has always gone to an American, reported Reuters.
* Who will replace outgoing World Bank head Robert Zoellick? The most likely Jews are Lawrence Summers, Stanley Fischer (!), and Robert Rubin.
Summary: World Bank President Robert Zoellick is stepping down, but will the US will throw open the job to a candidate from another country?
Munich, Rabi'I 11, 1433, Feb 3, 2012, SPA -- European countries are focusing too much on short-term tactics, and not enough on long-term strategy in their attempts to bolster the continent's economies, World Bank President Robert Zoellick said on Friday.