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World Bank calls for IMF supranational oversight
World Bank President Robert Zoellick (former Goldman Sachs executive, frequent Bilderberg attendee and member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission) is calling for the International Monetary Fund to take a more pro-active role in the national economies of the world:

“2009 will be a dangerous year,” Zoellick said. “We need to be devising solutions to problems that draw together the resources and skills of multiple partners — governments, international institutions, civil society, and the private sector.”

Growth in China this year is projected to slow to 6.5 percent after its economy expanded 9 percent in 2008, the bank’s report today said. India’s economy is expected to slow to a 4 percent rate of expansion in 2009, down from projections for 5.8 percent expansion in the previous report.

Zoellick also called on the International Monetary Fund to be given a monitoring role to review the stimulus packages pledged by governments, and call for further action “if necessary,” as Group of 20 leaders meet in London this week.


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