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Commenting article: Bulgaria's Georgieva Leaves EU Commission to Become World Bank CEO

EU Commission Vice President Kristalina Georgieva has said she is leaving the EU's executive body the take up a senior position at the World Bank.

The development is due to take effect as of January 02, 2017, Georgieva has said in a statement.

Her new appointment means Bulgaria will have to propose a successor.

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#1
Jerry - 31 Oct 2016 // 17:35:53

It will be interesting to see her definitions concerning poverty, women rights, the Millenium Goals and sustainability using new innovations.

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Ivailo Ivanov - 31 Oct 2016 // 21:26:41

her definitions are not needed but her loyalty.. and the WB obviously trusts her..

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Jerry - 2 Nov 2016 // 00:26:06

It will be interesting to see her program concerning Syrian Reconstruction and Palestinian infrastructure investment policies.

Most important her school of thought concerning micro and macroeconomics and its effect on poverty.

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