Zoellick to leave World Bank in June


On February 15, the World Bank Group president Robert Zoellick said he would step down at the end of his five-year term on June 30. He said the institution was "strong, healthy and well positioned for new challenges".

Leading the World Bank during the global financial crisis meant Zoellick played a key part in the decisions to provide more than $247 billion of funding to help developing countries boost growth and overcome poverty.

"I'm honoured to have led such a world-class institution with so

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