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19 January 2012 By Christopher Swann

He already has the job. Though a news report says the White House is considering Larry Summers and others to run the agency, there’s no reason to replace Robert Zoellick when his term ends in June. He has shown a flair for fundraising, diplomatic skill and economic prescience.

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