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For the South, all Roads in Global Economic Governance Lead to Inequality & Vulnerability

NEW YORK, Oct 19 (IPS) - Last week’s annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank and G20 finance ministers illustrated that despite a historic debt crisis sweeping across developing countries and their urgent need for external financing for health and economic recovery, global economic institutions governed by rich countries do not possess the political will to deliver meaningful solutions. The inadequacy of the G20’s debt relief framework, which has failed to restructure sovereign debt since its inception, stands without change or any fresh effort to mobilize private sector participation in debt relief.Read the full story, “For the South, all Roads in Global Economic Governance Lead to Inequality & Vulnerability”, on globalissues.org →

NEW YORK, Oct 19 (IPS) – Last week’s annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank and G20 finance ministers illustrated that despite a historic debt crisis sweeping across developing countries and their urgent need for external financing for health and economic recovery, global economic institutions governed by rich countries do not possess the political will to deliver meaningful solutions. The inadequacy of the G20’s debt relief framework, which has failed to restructure sovereign debt since its inception, stands without change or any fresh effort to mobilize private sector participation in debt relief.Read the full story, “For the South, all Roads in Global Economic Governance Lead to Inequality & Vulnerability”, on globalissues.org →

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