Jim Yong Kim - World Bank Group


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My message is you're not going to bring these old jobs back. Every country in the world has to think about how it's going to compete in the economy of the future.feedback
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Apr 21 2017 China
Jim Yong Kim has been quoted 28 times. The one recent article where Jim Yong Kim has been quoted is Finance leaders defend trade, worry about those left behind. Most recently, Jim Yong Kim was quoted as having said, “My message is you're not going to bring these old jobs back. Every country in the world has to think about how it's going to compete in the economy of the future.”.
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I think you're seeing a lull in the action. But once the negotiation starts, then we'll see what the real impact is. I would say that we still don't know what the impact of Brexit will be.feedback

It's remarkable that countries have continued to reduce poverty and boost shared prosperity at a time when the global economy is underperforming.feedback

You can't end poverty without more trade, not less trade. I'm very concerned about it and I think all of us in the multilateral system have to really speak out about how important it is to continue the process of global integration, of trading with others.feedback

(What) we're really focusing on, is there's a whole other set of investments that can be made that will prepare countries for five, 10, 15 years into the future, especially investments into human capital.feedback

The thing that's really important about Paul's contribution for the World Bank Group is that he developed this endogenous theory of growth and the notion is that you really have got to invest internally including in your people, skills and education to really come up with some of the technological innovations that will drive growth.feedback

It will take China about 10 years to implement the proposed reforms and reach full scale. Globally, many other middle-income countries also are experiencing similar demographic and economic transitions. We believe that China's experience with health care reform will carry many important lessons for other countries.feedback

We're most excited about his deep commitment to tackling poverty and inequality and finding innovative solutions that we can take to scale.feedback

India's plans to virtually triple the share of renewable energy by 2030 will both transform the country's energy supply and have far-reaching global implications in the fight against climate change.feedback

To achieve universal access to clean, affordable energy we need to unlock hundreds of billions of dollars in finance. This can only happen if we take a truly innovative approach to building public-private partnerships and mobilizing investment.feedback

The Brexit is for the British voters, and we leave it to the British voters to decide. Given our projections of lower growth this year – that is not going to do well with more uncertainty.feedback

If prices in poor countries are lower, their currencies are stronger in purchasing power terms: the Kenyan shilling or the Indian rupee buy more (in their respective countries) than we used to think, relative to what one dollar buys in the United States.feedback

I call on countries across Asia to offer trained health workers now to help stop Ebola at its source.feedback

This money will go on very basic support, for medical supplies, medical staff and also the people who are facing economic hardship as a result of this epidemic.feedback

We remain in a period of uncertainty. This year we're seeing slow growth in the US, Europe and Japan. But we must also note that this is the first time in several years that all three are moving in a positive direction.feedback

Despite, promising and sometimes even courageous measures taken in Europe, their issues remain in the Eurozone and of course we still have fiscal policy issues in the United States. The risks from this situation are substantial, especially for developing countries that have remained remarkably resilient thus far.feedback

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