World Bank president warns against catastrophes for poorer nations

04/27/2009 | BBC

World Bank President Robert Zoellick warned the world's poorest nations would suffer great human catastrophes unless more was done to prevent the fallout of the global financial crisis. Zoellick called on developed nations to provide aid to alleviate poverty in those poor nations, where some 53 million people are at risk of falling into poverty.

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