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GMF kicks off IMF/World Bank week

New York and Washington gear up for the annual IMF and World Bank spring meetings, and GMF will be your eyes and ears. Join us Tuesday as we LiveBlog from the Asia Society when Henry Kissinger, the IMF’s Zhu Min, and Deputy Secretary of State William Burns give their insight on China and President Obama’s upcoming trip to Asia.

The World Cup is just 60 days away, so we’ll have Brian Winter, Reuters’ chief Brazil correspondent, joining the Forum to discuss World Cup preparations and the huge issues the country has faced to ready itself. He will also predict how the tournament may pan out from a logistical and general news point of view.

Apr 7, 2014
via Global Markets Forum Dashboard

GMF kicks off IMF/World Bank week

New York and Washington gear up for the annual IMF and World Bank spring meetings, and GMF will be your eyes and ears. Join us Tuesday as we LiveBlog from the Asia Society when Henry Kissinger, the IMF’s Zhu Min, and Deputy Secretary of State William Burns give their insight on China and President Obama’s upcoming trip to Asia.

The World Cup is just 60 days away, so we’ll have Brian Winter, Reuters’ chief Brazil correspondent, joining the Forum to discuss World Cup preparations and the huge issues the country has faced to ready itself. He will also predict how the tournament may pan out from a logistical and general news point of view.

Apr 7, 2014
via Global Markets Forum Dashboard

GMF kicks off IMF/World Bank week

New York and Washington gear up for the annual IMF and World Bank spring meetings, and GMF will be your eyes and ears. Join us Tuesday as we LiveBlog from the Asia Society when Henry Kissinger, the IMF’s Zhu Min, and Deputy Secretary of State William Burns give their insight on China and President Obama’s upcoming trip to Asia.

The World Cup is just 60 days away, so we’ll have Brian Winter, Reuters’ chief Brazil correspondent, joining the Forum to discuss World Cup preparations and the huge issues the country has faced to ready itself. He will also predict how the tournament may pan out from a logistical and general news point of view.

    • About Walden

      "Walden Siew is a top news editor based in New York. He joined Reuters in August 2006 to cover credit markets and was a 2008 Gerald Loeb and National Journalism awards nominee for his reports on the global credit crisis. He is a board member of the Society of American Business Editors & Writers and member of the Asian American Journalists Association."
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      Cleveland, Ohio
      Awards:
      Detroit Press Club Foundation, GM's Decline, 2006
      SABEW, Best in Business, Refco's Ruin, 2006
      Deadline Club, SPJ, Refco, 2006
      Virginia Press Assoc, Capitol Hill Shootings, 1998
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