World Bank appoints Caribbean and central Asian directors

World Bank, Washington, DC
World Bank, Washington, DC

Washington: The World Bank announced new appointments to key posts in the Caribbean, Latin America and central Asia.

On July 1, it named Lilia Burunciuc country director for states in the Caribbean. She had previously served as regional director for central Asia.

Burunciuc will assume control of a $2.7 billion portfolio covering 75 investments in 13 countries. She is a Moldovan citizen and first started working at the World Bank in 1996. 

Burunciuc noted that the Caribbean’s states have

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