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Annual meeting of Board of Governors of the World Bank Group : remarks of Robert B. Zoellick, President - modernizing multilateralism and markets (Portuguese)

This speech was delivered by Robert B. Zoellick, President of the World Bank, at the 2008 Annual Meetings in Washington DC. He focuses on the following topics: a new multilateralism; priorities on a new steering group, international finance and development; the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the global trading system; energy and climate change; fragile states; and the six strategic themes.

Details

  • Author

    Zoellick,Robert B.

  • Document Date

    2008/10/13

  • Document Type

    President's Speech

  • Report Number

    124791

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2018/04/09

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Annual meeting of Board of Governors of the World Bank Group : remarks of Robert B. Zoellick, President - modernizing multilateralism and markets

  • Keywords

    united nations framework convention on climate change; global economy; energy and climate change; local currency bond market; balance of payment crisis; global political economy; mutual interest; food price; consumer of energy; regional trade agreement; regional trade integration; Support for Agriculture; early warning system; national oil company; regulation and supervision; global trading system; global trade negotiations; system Financial; regional public goods; Governance and Anticorruption; response to crisis; security and development; Access to Electricity; volatile energy price; Climate Change Policy; climate change issue; emerging market country; weather risk management; private financial market; effectiveness of aid; climate change negotiation; restrictions on export; current account deficit; fuel price; global liberalization; civil society; international security; private capital; global system; national interest; political commitment; state sovereignty; project size; local ownership; building knowledge; constructive action; financial system; commodity price; price control; supply chain; regional body; business failure; lower costs; multilateral system; good governance; preferential arrangement; capital inflow; internal governance; Capital Inflows; multilateral assistance; solving problem; sustainable way; energy need; regional cooperation; fiduciary obligation; agricultural production; antipoverty strategy; price range; fragile states; long-term investment; alternative energy; global experience; capital base; economic mainstream; international policy; global growth; energy futures; political consequence; building security; carbon market; institutional culture; energy production; international finance; cost of energy production; diversified portfolio; vulnerable countries; energy consumer; budget gap; oil production; national leadership; private producer; Aid Dependency; price volatility; domestic demand; catastrophic event; retail market; local poverty; small farmer; south-south investment; ibrd lending; exchange rate; Exchange Rates; global capital; multilateral context; reform package; crisis resolution; crisis prevention; food assistance; Spring Meeting; health systems; international aid; national ownership; global development; oecd countries; client needs; financing facility; investment platform; supply of energy; world economy; domestic investment; grant funding; international partners; agricultural market; school feeding; financial shock; political pressure; food crisis

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Zoellick,Robert B.

Annual meeting of Board of Governors of the World Bank Group : remarks of Robert B. Zoellick, President - modernizing multilateralism and markets (Portuguese). Presidential speech Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/528441523264189710/Annual-meeting-of-Board-of-Governors-of-the-World-Bank-Group-remarks-of-Robert-B-Zoellick-President-modernizing-multilateralism-and-markets