Kristalina Georgieva selected as new head of International Monetary Fund
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Space Debris Guidelines of United Nations
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Topics: Christine Lagarde • Georgieva • International Monetary Fund • Jeroen Dijsselbloem • Kristalina Georgieva • Nadia Calviño • Organizations • Politicians • United Nations • United Nations Development Group • United Nations Economic and Social Council
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