Zoellick wants "inclusive" globalisation

Robert Zoellick, the president of the World Bank, set out his plans for the strategic direction of the Bank on Wednesday to mark his first 100 days in charge.

Speaking in Washington, the president said that it was the vision of the Bank "to contribute to an inclusive and sustainable globalisation." The Bank would, he said, look to "overcome poverty, enhance growth with care for the environment, and create individual opportunity and hope."

Zoellick said the Bank needed to adapt to a new era

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