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Zolleick Next successor over the "throne" of forex


Zoellick promises to fix the World Bank problem

Robert Zoellick freshly hand-picked from President Bush this wednesday to be the leader of the World Bank. Swimming through an assortment of issues he stated " "One of the issues will be to try to calm the waters, but also then try and get a sense from people about how we can build some consensus about the direction of the institution," told to reporters briefly after his annointment from the President of the U.S.A

Mr. Zoellick also added" "One can have the best strategy and ideas in the world and unless one can operationalise it, it's not going to be successful," he added.

If plangoes well with the Board of Members of the World , Robert Zoellick, 53, will succeed Wolfowitz, stepped down on June 30 after a bank panel found he violated rules by providing his companion a huge promotion, and pay raise, congratulations - Shaha Riza.

Zoellick left his job as deputy secretary of state last year to join Wall Street investment bank Goldman Sachs, immediately reached out in an effort to heal divides that emerged among bank staff and member countries in the battle that led to Wolfowitz's resignation.