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FRANCE-ECONOMY/
RTR4MNST
January 23, 2015
Turkish former economy minister Kemal Dervis, attends a symposium "Les Entretiens du Tresor" at the Bercy...
Paris, France
Turkish former economy minister Dervis attends a symposium "Les Entretiens du Tresor" at the Bercy Finance...
Turkish former economy minister Kemal Dervis, attends a symposium "Les Entretiens du Tresor" at the Bercy Finance Ministry in Paris January 23, 2015. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE- Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS HEADSHOT)
RTR2MNEX
May 20, 2011
STRAUSSKAHN/SUCCESSORS- Portraits and profile of leading candidates to succeed former IMF chief Dominique...
US
STRAUSSKAHN/SUCCESSORS C
STRAUSSKAHN/SUCCESSORS- Portraits and profile of leading candidates to succeed former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Strauss-Kahn resigned on Thursday. RNGS. (SIN02)
STRAUSSKAHN/SUCCESSORS
RTR2MIMI
May 17, 2011
A combination photo of possible successors if Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the International Monetary...
Singapore, Singapore
A combination photo of possible successors if Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the International Monetary...
A combination photo of possible successors if Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the International Monetary Fund, leaves the IMF. They are (top L-R) Mohamed El-Erian, Stanley Fischer of Israel, Gordon Brown of Britain, Kemal Dervis of Turkey, Peer Steinbrueck of Germany,
(bottom L-R) Montek Singh Ahluwalia of India, Christine Lagarde of France, Agustin Carstens of Mexico, Trevor Manuel of South Africa and Axel Weber of Germany. Strauss-Kahn may be forced to leave his post after being accused of trying to rape a maid in his New York hotel room on May 15, 2011. REUTERS/Staff (BUSINESS POLITICS)
CYPRUS-ELECTION/EROGLU
RTR2CW9A
April 16, 2010
Namik Kemal square is decorated by flags of Turkey (L) and breakaway Turkish Cypriot state (R) before...
Famagusta, Cyprus
To match Reuters INTERVIEW story CYPRUS-ELECTION/EROGLU
Namik Kemal square is decorated by flags of Turkey (L) and breakaway Turkish Cypriot state (R) before an election rally of the Turkish Cypriot presidential candidate Dervis Eroglu in Famagusta, in the Turkish part of Cyprus, April 15, 2010. The frontrunner in Turkish Cypriot polls said he would demand broad sovereign powers in settlement talks with Greek Cypriots and ruled out any Greek Cypriot return to land now held by Turks - a stance that could bury hopes for a deal. Eroglu, a staunch backer of independence for Turkish Cypriots, said he would resume talks to reunify the island because a settlement would allow northern Cyprus's integration into the European Union. Picture taken April 15. To match Reuters INTERVIEW story CYPRUS-ELECTION/EROGLU REUTERS/Murad Sezer (CYPRUS - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
JAPAN-AFRICA/
RTX6BA7
May 30, 2008
Kemal Dervis, administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), delivers a speech as...
Yokohama, Japan
Dervis, administrator of the UNDP, delivers a speech at the closing session of Fourth TICAD in Yokohama...
Kemal Dervis, administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), delivers a speech as Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (R) listens at the closing session of the Fourth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, May 30, 2008. REUTERS/Franck Robichon/Pool (JAPAN)
ALGERIA/
RTX4PC0
December 13, 2007
Kemal Dervis (L), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to Naima Silarbi, a...
Algiers, Algeria
Kemal Dervis, head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to Naima Silarbi, a U.N....
Kemal Dervis (L), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to Naima Silarbi, a U.N. staff member injured during the December 11 car bomb attacks, at a hospital in Algiers December 13, 2007. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTX4PBZ
December 13, 2007
Kemal Dervis (L), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to U.N. staff member...
Algiers, Algeria
Kemal Dervis, head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to a U.N. staff member,...
Kemal Dervis (L), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to U.N. staff member Leila Souilamas, injured during the December 11 car bomb attacks, at a hospital in Algiers December 13, 2007. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTX4PBY
December 13, 2007
Kemal Dervis (L), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and the UNDP's Algeria's representive...
Algiers, Algeria
Kemal Dervis and the UNDP's Algeria's representive Marc De Bernis talk to U.N. staff member Naima Silarbi,...
Kemal Dervis (L), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and the UNDP's Algeria's representive Marc De Bernis (R) talk to U.N. staff member Naima Silarbi, injured during the December 11 car bomb attacks, at a hospital in Algiers December 13, 2007. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTX4PBX
December 13, 2007
Kemal Dervis (C), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), visits U.N. staff, injured during...
Algiers, Algeria
Kemal Dervis, head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), visits U.N. staff, injured during...
Kemal Dervis (C), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), visits U.N. staff, injured during the December 11 car bomb attacks, at a hospital in Algiers December 13, 2007. (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTX4PBW
December 13, 2007
Kemal Dervis (R), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and the UNDP's Algeria's representive...
Algiers, Algeria
Kemal Dervis and the UNDP's Algeria's representive Marc De Bernis talk to a U.N. staff member injured...
Kemal Dervis (R), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and the UNDP's Algeria's representive Marc De Bernis (L) talk to a U.N. staff member, injured during the December 11 car bomb attacks, at a hospital in Algiers December 13, 2007. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTX4PBV
December 13, 2007
Kemal Dervis (L), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to Naima Silarbi, a...
Algiers, Algeria
Kemal Dervis, head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to Naima Silarbi, a U.N....
Kemal Dervis (L), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to Naima Silarbi, a U.N. staff member injured during the December 11 car bomb attacks, at a hospital in Algiers December 13, 2007. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTX4PBS
December 13, 2007
Kemal Dervis (R), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to a U.N. staff member,...
Algiers, Algeria
Kemal Dervis, head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to a U.N. staff member,...
Kemal Dervis (R), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to a U.N. staff member, injured during the December 11 car bomb attacks, at a hospital in Algiers December 13, 2007. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTX4PBR
December 13, 2007
Kemal Dervis (R), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to Carla Rouida, a U.N....
Algiers, Algeria
Kemal Dervis, head of the United Nations Development Program, listens to Carla Rouida, a U.N. staff member...
Kemal Dervis (R), head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), listens to Carla Rouida, a U.N. staff member injured during the December 11 car bomb attacks, at a hospital in Algiers December 13, 2007. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
SOCCER-EURO/AUSTRIA
RTX4CU6
December 03, 2007
Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer (L) and Kemal Dervis of the United Nations Development Programme...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian Chancellor Gusenbauer and Dervis of UNDP address a news conference in Vienna
Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer (L) and Kemal Dervis of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) present the "Human Development Report 2007/2008" during a news conference in Vienna December 3, 2007. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
UN-DEVELOPMENT/CLIMATE
RTX448F
November 27, 2007
Administrator of United Nation Development Programme Kemal Dervis speaks after presented to Brazil's...
Brasilia, Brazil
Administrator of UNDP Dervis speaks after presented to Brazil's President Lula da Silva the Human Development...
Administrator of United Nation Development Programme Kemal Dervis speaks after presented to Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva the Human Development report during a ceremony at Planalto Palace in Brasilia, November 27, 2007. Unless the international community agrees to cut carbon emissions by half over the next generation, climate change is likely to cause large-scale human and economic setbacks and irreversible ecological catastrophes, a United Nations report says on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
UN-DEVELOPMENT/CLIMATE
RTX446A
November 27, 2007
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks after receiving the Human Development report by Administrator...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President da Silva speaks after receiving the Human Development report by Administrator of United...
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks after receiving the Human Development report by Administrator of United Nations Development Programme Kemal Dervis during a ceremony at Planalto Palace in Brasilia, November 27, 2007. Unless the international community agrees to cut carbon emissions by half over the next generation, climate change is likely to cause large-scale human and economic setbacks and irreversible ecological catastrophes, a United Nations report says on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
UN-DEVELOPMENT/CLIMATE
RTX4460
November 27, 2007
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks after receiving the Human Development report by Administrator...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President da Silva speaks after receiving the Human Development report by Administrator of United...
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks after receiving the Human Development report by Administrator of United Nations Development Programme Kemal Dervis (back) during a ceremony at Planalto Palace in Brasilia, November 27, 2007. Unless the international community agrees to cut carbon emissions by half over the next generation, climate change is likely to cause large-scale human and economic setbacks and irreversible ecological catastrophes, a United Nations report says on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
UN-DEVELOPMENT/CLIMATE
RTX445X
November 27, 2007
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks after receiving the Human Development report by Administrator...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President da Silva speaks after receiving the Human Development report by Administrator of United...
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks after receiving the Human Development report by Administrator of United Nations Development Programme Kemal Dervis (back) during a ceremony at Planalto Palace in Brasilia, November 27, 2007. Unless the international community agrees to cut carbon emissions by half over the next generation, climate change is likely to cause large-scale human and economic setbacks and irreversible ecological catastrophes, a United Nations report says on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
UN-DEVELOPMENT/CLIMATE
RTX445E
November 27, 2007
Administrator of United Nation Development Programme Kemal Dervis (R) presents to Brazil's President...
Brasilia, Brazil
Administrator of United Nation Development Programme Dervis presents to Brazil's President Lula da Silva...
Administrator of United Nation Development Programme Kemal Dervis (R) presents to Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva the Human Development report during a ceremony at Planalto Palace in Brasilia, November 27, 2007. Unless the international community agrees to cut carbon emissions by half over the next generation, climate change is likely to cause large-scale human and economic setbacks and irreversible ecological catastrophes, a United Nations report says on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
QUAKE SOUTH ASIA UNDP
RTR1AMLE
November 09, 2005
Administrator of United Nations Development Program, Kemal Dervis, looks on during a Reuters interview...
Mumbai, India
Administrator of United Nations Development Program, Dervis, looks on during a Reuters interview in Mumbai...
Administrator of United Nations Development Program, Kemal Dervis, looks on during a Reuters interview in Mumbai November 9, 2005. REUTERS/ Adeel Halim
QUAKE SOUTH ASIA UNDP
RTR1AML3
November 09, 2005
Administrator of United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Kemal Dervis, gestures during a Reuters interview...
Mumbai, India
Administrator of United Nations Development Program, Dervis, gestures during a Reuters interview in Mumbai...
Administrator of United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Kemal Dervis, gestures during a Reuters interview in Mumbai November 9, 2005. REUTERS/ Adeel Halim
TURKEY
RTRAPUH
September 19, 2002
Turkish centre-left leader Deniz Baykal addresses a public meeting to
announce his Republican People's...
Istanbul, Turkey
TURKISH LEFTIST LEADER BAYKAL SPEAKS AT ELECTORAL MEETING.
Turkish centre-left leader Deniz Baykal addresses a public meeting to
announce his Republican People's Party (CHP) candidates September 19,
2002. Most polls show the CHP as the second-placed party ahead of
November 3 elections. The poll frontrunner is a conservative party many
suspect of hiding an Islamist agenda. Financial markets see Baykal and
former economy minister Kemal Dervis, who recently joined the CHP, as
the best hope of a government that will keep a $16 billion IMF loan
deal on the rails. REUTERS/Mustafa Ozer

FS/CLH/
TURKEY
RTRAPT8
September 19, 2002
Turkish centre-left leader Deniz Baykal (in spectacles) and former
economy minister Kemal Dervis attend...
Istanbul, Turkey
TURKISH LEFTIST LEADER BAYKAL AND ECONOMIC GURU KEMAL DERVIS.
Turkish centre-left leader Deniz Baykal (in spectacles) and former
economy minister Kemal Dervis attend an election campaign meeting in
Istanbul September 19, 2002. Dervis recently joined Baykal's Republican
People's Party, which most polls show as the second-placed party ahead
of November 3 elections. The poll frontrunner is a conservative party
many suspect of hiding an Islamist agenda. Financial markets see Baykal
and Dervis as the best hope of a government that will keep a $16
billion IMF loan deal on the rails. REUTERS/Mustafa Ozer

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TURKEY
RTRAPRP
September 19, 2002
Turkish centre-left leader Deniz Baykal (in spectacles) and former
economy minister Kemal Dervis at...
Istanbul, Turkey
TURKISH LEFTIST LEADER BAYKAL AND ECONOMIC GURU KEMAL DERVIS.
Turkish centre-left leader Deniz Baykal (in spectacles) and former
economy minister Kemal Dervis at an election campaign meeting in
Istanbul September 19, 2002. Dervis recently joined Baykal's Republican
People's Party, which most polls show as the second-placed party ahead
of November 3 elections. The poll frontrunner is a conservative party
many suspect of hiding an Islamist agenda. Financial markets see Baykal
and Dervis as the best hope of a government that will keep a $16
billion IMF loan deal on the rails. REUTERS/str

FS/CLH/
TURKEY
RTRIHW6
May 19, 2001
Turkish Economy Chief Kemal Dervis, a former World Bank official, reaches for a handshake amongst his...
Istanbul, Turkey
TURKEY'S ECONOMY CHIEF KEMAL DERVIS SMILES AMONGST HIS BODYGUARDS IN ISTANBUL.
Turkish Economy Chief Kemal Dervis, a former World Bank official, reaches for a handshake amongst his bodyguards, after watching the Turkish military highschool of Kuleli during their performance in Inonu Stadium May 19, 2001, to celebrate the Youth and Sports Day. Turkey is celebrating the Youth and Sports Day with parades by students and military throughout the country.

FS/CRB
TURKEY
RTRIHVM
May 19, 2001
Turkish Economy Chief Kemal Dervis, a former world bank official, smiles amongst his bodyguards while...
Istanbul, Turkey
TURKEY'S ECONOMY CHIEF KEMAL DERVIS SMILES AMONGST HIS BODYGUARDS IN ISTANBUL.
Turkish Economy Chief Kemal Dervis, a former world bank official, smiles amongst his bodyguards while getting into his car after watching the Turkish military high school of Kuleli during their performance in Inonu Stadium May 19, 2001, to celebrate the Youth and Sports Day. Turkey is celebrating the Youth and Sports Day with parades by students and military throughout the country.

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TURKEY
RTRIHU8
May 19, 2001
Turkish Economy Chief Kemal Dervis (foreground), a former World Bank official, accompanied by Sports...
Istanbul, Turkey
TURKEY'S ECONOMY CHIEF KEMAL DERVIS WAVES AS HE WALKS PAST KULELI MILTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS.
Turkish Economy Chief Kemal Dervis (foreground), a former World Bank official, accompanied by Sports Minister Fikret Unlu (L) waves to spectators as they walk past Turkish military highschool of Kuleli during their performance in Inonu Stadium May 19, 2001, to celebrate the Youth and Sports Day. Turkey is celebrated Youth and Sports Day with parades by students and military throughout the country.

FS/CRB
TURKEY
RTRIBEI
May 15, 2001
Turkey's economy chief Kemal Dervis (R) waves a copy of country's new economy programme as he holds a...
Ankara, Turkey
TURKEY'S ECONOMY CHIEF KEMAL DERVIS HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE IN ANKARA.
Turkey's economy chief Kemal Dervis (R) waves a copy of country's new economy programme as he holds a news conference in Ankara May 15, 2001. Standing next to him is Turkey's Central Bank Governor Sureyya Serdengecti. As Turkish Economy Minister Dervis briefed the press in Ankara, the IMF's board met in Washington to decide whether to give final approval to $8 billion of new loans as part of a rescue package that also includes $2 billion from the World Bank.

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TURKEY
RTRGWK2
April 12, 2001
Turkish Economy Minister Kemal Dervis walks past a saluting Turkish police officer in front of the prime...
Ankara, Turkey
TURKISH ECONOMY MINISTER KEMAL DERVIS WALKS PAST A POLICEMAN IN ANKARA.
Turkish Economy Minister Kemal Dervis walks past a saluting Turkish police officer in front of the prime minister's office in Ankara April 12, 2001. Turkey's economy chief Dervis is expected to unveil the country's new economy policy on Saturday to recover from an economic turmoil which caused street violence by protesters demanding government's resignation.

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TURKEY
RTRGCPP
March 30, 2001
Turkey's economic policy chief Kemal Dervis, stands in front of a portrait of Ataturk, founder of the...
Istanbul, Turkey
TURKISH ECONOMY CHIEF KEMAL DERVIS HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE IN ISTANBUL.
Turkey's economic policy chief Kemal Dervis, stands in front of a portrait of Ataturk, founder of the Turkish republic, while addressing a news conference in Istanbul's Ataturk Airport March 30, 2001. State Minister Dervis said on Friday, before returning to Ankara from a fund-raising trip to Germany, France and the United States, that he was optimistic the country will win the economic support from abroad it needs to pull itself out of financial crisis.

FS/WS
TURKEY
RTRFQ7X
March 16, 2001
Turkish Union of Chambers chief Fuat Miras (C) talks to the media flanked by his colleagues as they stand...
Ankara, Turkey
TURKISH CHAMBERS UNION LEADER SPEAKS TO THE MEDIA IN ANKARA.
Turkish Union of Chambers chief Fuat Miras (C) talks to the media flanked by his colleagues as they stand outside the prime minister's office in Ankara March 16, 2001. Turkish businessmen met Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit and State Minister Kemal Dervis to hold talks on the economic crisis that has hit the country causing the lira to float.

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TURKEY
RTRFQ7A
March 16, 2001
Turkey's new economy chief, State Minister Kemal Dervis (R) listens to Turkish Union of Chambers chief...
Ankara, Turkey
TURKISH ECONOMY CHIEF MEETS CHAMBERS UNION LEADER IN ANKARA.
Turkey's new economy chief, State Minister Kemal Dervis (R) listens to Turkish Union of Chambers chief Fuat Miras (L) during a meeting in Ankara March 16, 2001. Turkish businessmen met Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit and State Minister Kemal Dervis to hold talks on the economic crisis that has hit the country causing the lira to float.

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TURKEY
RTRFMR8
March 14, 2001
Turkish State Minister Kemal Dervis (R), Turkey's new economy chief, listens to the main labour union...
Ankara, Turkey
TURKISH STATE MINISTER KEMAL DERVIS MEETS WORKERS LEADER IN ANKARA.
Turkish State Minister Kemal Dervis (R), Turkey's new economy chief, listens to the main labour union leader Bayram Meral, chairman of Turk-Is, during a serial of meetings with the workers union leaders to win their support on a new economic programme for Turkey in Ankara March 14, 2001.

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TURKEY
RTRF42Q
March 02, 2001
Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit (L) talks to the media as he presents World Bank Vice President...
Ankara, Turkey
SENIOR TURKISH WORLD BANKER KEMAL DERVIS AND TURKISH PRIME MINISTER BULENT ECEVIT IN ANKARA.
Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit (L) talks to the media as he presents World Bank Vice President Kemal Dervis (R) as a newly appointed State Minister in Ankara March 2, 2001. Turkey has appointed World Bank Vice President Kemal Dervis a minister with a broad economic portfolio in a bid to end bruising financial crisis, sources close to govenrment told Reuters on Friday.

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TURKEY
RTRF41I
March 02, 2001
Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit (L) walks past World Bank Vice President Kemal Dervis (R) after...
Ankara, Turkey
SENIOR TURKISH WORLD BANKER KEMAL DERVIS AND TURKISH PRIME MINISTER BULENT ECEVIT IN ANKARA.
Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit (L) walks past World Bank Vice President Kemal Dervis (R) after his presentation to the media as a newly appointed State Minister in Ankara March 2, 2001. Turkey has appointed World Bank Vice President Kemal Dervis a minister with a broad economic portfolio in a bid to end bruising financial crisis, sources close to govenrment told Reuters on Friday.

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GOVERNMENT TURKEY DERVIS
RTRF3RU
March 02, 2001
Turkish senior World banker Kemal Dervis talks to the media prior to discussions with Turkish government...
Ankara, Turkey
SENIOR TURKISH WORLD BANKER KEMAL DERVIS TALKS TO MEDIA.
Turkish senior World banker Kemal Dervis talks to the media prior to discussions with Turkish government officials in Ankara March 2, 2001. Turkey has appointed World Bank Vice President Kemal Dervis a minister overseeing the treasury, planning and privatisation, in a bid to end the bruising financial crisis, sources close to govenrment told Reuters on Friday.

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TURKEY
RTRF23D
March 01, 2001
Senior Turkish World Banker Kemal Dervis waves to reporters upon his arrival at Esenboga airport in Ankara...
Ankara, Turkey
SENIOR TURKISH WORLD BANKER KEMAL DERVIS ARRIVES IN ANKARA.
Senior Turkish World Banker Kemal Dervis waves to reporters upon his arrival at Esenboga airport in Ankara March 1, 2001 for talks with the prime minister that many are hoping will herald the formation of a new economic team capable of restoring calm. Dervis, who spent more than 20 years at the World Bank, is being enticed back to Turkey from Washington to bolster the economic team charged with cleaning up after a financial crisis that forced Ankara to abandon its control of the currency, the centrepiece of an IMF-backed disinflation programme.

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TURKEY
RTRF21F
March 01, 2001
Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit (L) meets senior Turkish World Banker Kemal Dervis (R) in the prime...
Ankara, Turkey
SENIOR TURKISH WORLD BANKER KEMAL DERVIS MEETS TURKISH PRIME MINISTER BULENT ECEVIT IN ANKARA.
Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit (L) meets senior Turkish World Banker Kemal Dervis (R) in the prime minister's office in Ankara March 1, 2001 following Dervis' arrival from Washington. The two discussed forming a new economic team in the wake of financial turmoil that left the country without a monetary policy. Dervis told reporters he would meet with Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit again on Friday.

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TURKEY
RTRF1Z4
March 01, 2001
Senior Turkish World Banker Kemal Dervis (C) arrives in Ankara March 1, 2001 for talks with the prime...
Ankara, Turkey
SENIOR TURKISH WORLD BANKER KEMAL DERVIS ARRIVES IN ANKARA.
Senior Turkish World Banker Kemal Dervis (C) arrives in Ankara March 1, 2001 for talks with the prime minister that many are hoping will herald the formation of a new economic team capable of restoring calm to financial markets. Dervis who spent more than 20 years at the World Bank, is being enticed back to Turkey from Washington to bolster the economic team charged with cleaning up after a financial crisis that forced Ankara to abandon its control of the currency, the centrepiece of an IMF-backed disinflation programme. REUTERS/Str.

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GERMANY PALESTINA
RTRLMHU
February 05, 1999
Nabil Sha,ath (R), Palestinian minister for planning and international affairs adjusts his ear phones...
Frankfurt, Germany
PALESTINIAN MINISTER SHA'ATH AND WORLD BANK VICE PRESIDENT DERVIS HOLD A PRESS CONFERENCE IN FRANKFURT....
Nabil Sha,ath (R), Palestinian minister for planning and international affairs adjusts his ear phones sitting in front of Kemal Dervis (L), Vice President of the World Bank during a press conference in Frankfurt February 5. International donors on Friday said they would give $770 million this year to support Palestinian development investment in a move aimed at shoring up the Middle East peace process.

ROR/GB
RTRH0OT
September 06, 1998
Morocco Prime Minister Abderrahmane El-Youssoufi (C), speaks with Andre Azoulay (R) advisor to Moroccan...
Morocco
MOROCCAN PRIME MINISTER AND KING HASSAN IN MARRAKESH.
Morocco Prime Minister Abderrahmane El-Youssoufi (C), speaks with Andre Azoulay (R) advisor to Moroccan King Hassan as Kemal Dervis (L), World Bank Vice President for the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region looks on during the closing ceremony of the Mediterranean Development Forum late September 5. Oil exporting countries in the Middle East and North Africa will continue to suffer from Asian financial crisis until the economies of importers like Japan recover, a senior World Bank official said.

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