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Jim Kim joins Bayo Ogunlesi’s GIP as vice chairman — after resignation from World Bank

Jim Kim joins Bayo Ogunlesi’s GIP as vice chairman — after resignation from World Bank

Jim Yong Kim, outgoing president of the World Bank, will join Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), a New York-based private investment fund, as a partner and vice chairman, Reuters reports. GIP, The post Jim Kim joins Bayo Ogunlesi’s GIP as vice chairman — after resignation from World Bank appeared first on TheCable.

World Bank president resigns

World Bank president resigns

Trump himself has largely ignored the World Bank, surprising some who expected his administration to have harsher words for the lender. CNN World Bank President Jim Yong Kim abruptly resigned nearly three years ahead of schedule on Monday, setting up an opening for President Donald Trump to fill — and a potential clash with other […]
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World Bank announces 5-year $200bn investment for climate action

World Bank announces 5-year $200bn investment for climate action

In 2018, the World Bank Group provided a record-breaking $20.5 billion for climate action: doubling delivery from the year before the Paris Agreement… Joseph Inokotong, Abuja The World Bank Group yesterday in Washington DC announced a major new set of climate targets for 2021-2025, doubling its current five-year investments to around $200 billion in support […]
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Nigeria, African countries in human capital development red zone – World Bank

Nigeria, African countries in human capital development red zone – World Bank

Amechi Ogbonna, Bali, Indonesia Saddened by rising human capacity deficit in Nigeria and other African nations, the World Bank yesterday warned that the country risks a jobless workforce in the next 20 years unless the Federal Government devotes more resources to training and development of its human capital resources to guard against the catastrophic consequences […]
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Nigeria among bottom seven in World Bank’s first ever Human Capital Index

Nigeria among bottom seven in World Bank’s first ever Human Capital Index

Nigeria has been ranked 152 out of 157 countries in the first ever Human Capital Index released by the World Bank Group. Unveiling the report on Thursday at the ongoing The post Nigeria among bottom seven in World Bank’s first ever Human Capital Index appeared first on TheCable.

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