Robert Bruce Zoellick
Born on July 25, 1953 in Naperville, Illinois, Robert Bruce Zoellick became the 11th president of the World Bank on July 1, 2007. Prior to his World Bank post, Robert Bruce Zoellick was the country’s 14th Deputy Secretary of State, a position he held from February 22, 2005 to July 7, 2006. He also worked as Goldman Sach’s managing director. From January 20, 2001 to February 22, 2005, this Harvard Law School J.D. magna cum laude was the 13th United States Trade Representative.
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This page features an article about the World Bank’s extra effort in providing double funding and lending for emerging countries like Mexico and Indonesia. World Bank president Robert Bruce Zoellick also encouraged government leaders to remain committed to free trade policies and find ways to address the food and fuel issue.
This article in The Economist discusses how China is dealing with its economic woes. World Bank president Robert Bruce Zoellick also revealed how China survived the 1998 Asian financial crisis.
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This Robert Bruce Zoellick profile includes a listing of the World Bank president’s affiliations and previous positions or offices held in both the government and private sector.
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The Financial Standard news features a story about the launching of Phase II of the World Bank’s Malaria Booster project. WB President Robert Bruce Zoellick emphasized the importance of the project in helping Africa fight malaria.
This page carries an article describing what transpired during the meeting of World Bank president Robert Bruce Zoellick and China’s Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi.