Robert Zoellick Nominated to Head the World Bank

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President Bush today announced his choice to replace World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz.  He tapped his former trade chief, Robert Zoellick. Wolfowitz steps down June 30 after a scandal involving a compensation package for his girlfriend, a controversy that has left the bank in turmoil.  Krishna Guha of Financial Times has the latest.

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Guest:
Krishna Guha - US Economic Editor, Financial Times

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Sara Terry

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Katie Cooper, Vanessa Romo, Andrea Brody