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World Bank Chief Kim Signals Changes To Come – The End of World Poverty




2012 October 5







tags: Jim Yong Kim, World Bank


Posted by sage






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sage: The World Bank’s new chief was nominated by President
Obama, a known Lightworker. Since taking office in July, Jim Yong Kim
has suggested and implemented numerous reforms around the world.


Could Mr Kim be a Lightworker (well, he was nominated by
President Obama) put in position to assist the implementation of NESARA
and other abundance programs?


By Lesley Wroughton, Reuters – October 4, 2012

http://tinyurl.com/9dzf6y7

(Reuters) – The head of the World Bank said on Thursday he is
preparing broad reforms at the development lender to make it more
effective in ending global poverty and will discuss the changes with
member countries at meetings in Tokyo next week.

The annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank
from October 11-14 in Japan will be the first opportunity for Jim Yong
Kim to put his mark on the institution since becoming president in July.

“We’re not ready to ask for specific changes yet … but if we are
going to be really serious about ending poverty earlier than currently
projected … there are going to have to be some changes in the way we run
the institution,” Kim told reporters.

He said he wants the poverty-fighting institution to be less focused
on pushing development loans out of the door and more on making a
difference on the ground.

“Specifically, I am going to ask the governors to work with us so the
organization can move to a model where we move more quickly, we can
make mid-course corrections more easily and where our board and our
governors focus much more on holding us accountable for results on the
ground in countries, rather than focusing so much on approval of large
loans,” he added.

Kim said he would be more specific about reforms at the next meetings of member countries in April.

“The need for these changes have been clear for a very long time,” he added.

With the United States and European countries wrestling with weak
growth and high debt burdens, Kim said now was not the time to ask big
donors to pony up money for the World Bank.

“At this point, I see really no appetite … it is not the time for us
to have a discussion about a capital increase, this is something I don’t
think the donor countries are ready for,” he added.

Kim, a Harvard-trained medical doctor and anthropologist, said the
Tokyo meetings would also highlight growing concerns about rising food
prices and the impact climate change is having on farmers around the
globe.

The worst drought in half a century in the United States and poor
crops from the Black Sea bread basket have lifted world prices of
staples such as corn, wheat and soybeans. While prices have not reached
2008 record levels, increased food price volatility is a worry.

As the first scientist to head the World Bank, Kim said the increases
have raised his concern over the impact on poor countries from climate
change.

“This is the first drought that scientists clearly attributed to
man-made climate change,” Kim said. “Climate change is real, the
scientific community is overwhelming in agreement about the dimensions
about man-made climate change and we simply must face it.”

Until now, the World Bank has been reluctant to speak out loudly on
global climate change for fear of getting involved in the politics of
combat ting global warming.

Developing countries have blamed the European Union, the United
States and other rich economies for trying to avoid deeper emissions
cuts and dodging increases in finance to help poorer nations deal with
climate change.

SLOWING GLOBAL GROWTH


Kim said the euro zone debt crisis and its impact around the world would also loom large in the Tokyo meetings.

Developing nations, which have so far weathered the global crisis
well, are now seeing clear signs of slowing economic activity as a
two-year debt crisis in the euro zone continues to stifle demand and
financial markets are roiled by uncertainty over bailout prospects for
Greece and Spain.

Despite the slowdown, economies in Africa, Asia and Latin America are
still likely to grow at rates above 5 percent thanks to more than a
decade of solid policies and a growing interest by investors to tap into
so-called frontier markets.

“All of us are rooting for the Europeans to quickly find a path
toward solidarity in a way to resolve their problems,” Kim said, adding
that the World Bank stood ready to offer its expertise to any country,
include those in the euro zone.

The bank has had decades of experience working with governments in
developing countries to help improve the functioning of their economies
through structural changes. Some analysts believe that expertise could
help countries like Greece and Portugal.

As Kim hones in on ways to make the World Bank more flexible, he said
it should focus on helping governments create an environment where
businesses can flourish and create jobs – one of the most pressing
issues facing many countries.

“One of the things we are trying to do is define more clearly what is
the bottom line for the World Bank, what is it that we really do, and
how we are going to organize ourselves so that every day we are working
toward that bottom line,” he said.

“It seems clear that what we’re best at and what people have the
greatest passion for is to work to end poverty. The way we do that is by
boosting prosperity,” Kim added.


Thanks to: http://the2012scenario.com



  

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