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Finance and debt

Blog / 16th December 2022

Pandemics, wars and recessions do not exempt states from human-rights commitments. They must tax multinationals and the richest more to protect the most vulnerable, writes Magdalena Sepúlveda for Social Europe.

Blog / 16th December 2022

The external debt of the world’s low and middle-income countries at the end of 2021 totalled 9 trillion US dollars, more than double the amount a decade ago. Such debt is expected to increase by an additional 1.1 trillion US dollars in 2023.

Blog / 6th December 2022

The UN General Assembly has adopted by unanimous consensus a resolution that mandates the UN to set course for a global tax leadership role.

Blog / 13th October 2022

A coalition of 140 organizations from across the globe urge the International Monetary Fund to provide immediate financial relief to low-income nations reeling from the intertwined emergencies of climate change, Covid-19, war, and soaring costs of living.

Article / 13th October 2022

As the IMF and the World Bank will hold their annual meetings, activists are raising demands to #CancelTheDebt. Read below the civil society open letter to all governments, international institutions and lenders.

Blog / 15th September 2022

ロシア·ウクライナ戦争は、世界の商品市場に大混乱をもたらし、エネルギーおよび食料価格を押し上げ、世界中の飢餓の緊急事態を悪化させている、と Common Dreamsのジェイク·ジョンソン氏は報告しています。

Blog / 14th September 2022

Russia's war on Ukraine has wreaked havoc on global commodity markets, driving up energy and food prices and exacerbating hunger emergencies around the world.

Blog / 5th August 2022

As hunger threatens millions, the Biden administration should give its OK for the IMF to distribute financial backing to the world’s poorest countries. By Mark Weisbrot.

News / 13th July 2022

キャンペーナーによると、西側諸国政府は、債務危機に対処するために低所得国からのローン返済を緩和するよう民間の貸し手を「強制」する必要があります。

News / 13th July 2022

Western governments should “compel” private lenders to ease loan repayments from low-income countries to tackle a debt crisis, according to campaigners.