World Bank Nominee Kim to Travel to Brazil, India, China, Japan

Jim Yong Kim, the U.S. nominee to head the World Bank, will travel to Asia, Africa and Latin America to solicit ideas for the institution, the U.S. Treasury Department said in a statement today.

The trip will begin tomorrow and run through April 9, the Treasury said. He will travel to China, Japan, Brazil, Mexico, Ethiopia and India.

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