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Clinton says not seeking World Bank presidency

Straits Times
Wednesday, 15 February 2012

WASHINGTON (AFP) - United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will not be a candidate to lead the World Bank, her spokesman said on Wednesday, after president Robert Zoellick announced he will step down in June.

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