African Governments Impress World Bank

Friday, February 12, 2010 - 10:32
The World Bank voices its satisfaction at the actions taken by African government in dealing with the glabal recession
The World Bank president has voiced his satisfaction at the actions taken by African governments to deal with the global economic crisis.

Ending an eight-day, three-nation trip to Africa, which took him to Sierra Leone, Cote d'Ivoire and Ethiopia, Robert Bruce Zoellick says that, "I leave African impressed by the actions many governments have taken to cope with the global economic crisis.

However, Zoellick says that governments and their partners, like the World Bank Group and others, should work harder to expand opportunities and improve prospects for economic growth.

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All Africa