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財政と債務

News / 2020年3月23日

Rapid action is needed to head off the risk of a new debt crisis in the world’s poorest countries amid evidence that the Covid-19 pandemic is raising borrowing costs and hitting commodity exports, according to a leading campaign group.

Report / 2020年3月11日

Public services play a critical role in advancing human rights and fighting inequality. But growing levels of external public debt threaten the very services on which citizens depend in order to have even a basic standard of living, explains a report by Eurodad.

News / 2020年2月21日

A new study has found that as much as a sixth of foreign aid intended for the world's poorest countries has flowed into bank accounts in tax havens owned by elites.

Blog / 2020年1月13日

Poorer countries are cutting public spending in response to a “growing debt crisis”, campaigners have warned.

Blog / 2020年1月13日

貧しい国々は「拡大する債務危機」に対応して公共支出を削減していると運動家らは警告しています。

News / 2019年11月25日

Less than 10% of EU aid money reaches the countries where it is most needed, according to a study that found levels of assistance had dropped for the second year running.

Report / 2019年11月16日

In einer zunehmend ungleichen und nicht nachhaltigen Welt müssen die Regierungen dringend die restriktiven politischen und wirtschaftlichen Ideologien der Vergangenheit überwinden und Lösungen finden, die den gemeinsamen Bedürfnissen der Menschen in allen Ländern gerecht werden. 

Blog / 2019年10月25日

It's time to reclaim the policy space lost to footloose capital by creating a new public realm at the global level, writes Richard Kozul-Wright for openDemocracy's Oureconomy.

Blog / 2019年10月25日

Austerity and budget cuts do not need to be “the new normal”. Governments can find additional fiscal space to fund public services and development policies through at least eight options, all of which are endorsed by the United Nations. By Isabel Ortiz and Matthew Cummins for IPS news.

Blog / 2019年9月10日

The fund’s loan agreement with Ecuador will worsen unemployment and poverty, providing more reasons for serious reform at the IMF, writes Mark Weisbrot.