Newspaper: Strauss-Kahn may take up position of Serbian govt’s advisor

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BELGRADE, July 30 (Itar-Tass) – Former Managing   Director of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique   Strauss-Kahn may take up the position of an advisor to   Serbia’s government, the newspaper Danas says in its   Tuesday edition.

Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said   earlier the government might invite an authoritative   foreign advisor whose name would produce a bomb effect.   According to Danas, the man’s name is Dominique   Strauss-Kahn.

July 12, reports in Russia said Strauss-Kahn had   received a place on the board of supervisors of the   All-Russia Regions Development Bank, which belongs to the   country’s major oil corporation Rosneft.

At the moment, the man is an independent consultant to   leading world companies and it ranked among the most   authoritative experts on economics, politics and public   relations. The French MPs invited him to a session earlier   this year to speak as an expert.

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