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World Bank president nominee pledges change

Ajay Banga will partner with African Development Bank for transformative results Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | World Bank president nominee, Ajay Banga, pledges to partner with African Development Bank for transformative results U.S. nominee for World Bank Group President, Ajay Banga began his global tour on March 06 with his …

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MPs criticize KCCA on World Bank loan

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Committee on National Economy has expressed displeasure with Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA)’s utilization of the US$175 World Bank loan saying the quality of works does not correlate with the value of money. MPs on the committee said that despite the funding, the works especially …

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Zambia refutes erroneous reporting on debt restructuring process

Lusaka, Zambia | Xinhua | The Zambian government on Monday refuted a Western media report that it does not support China’s call for the World Bank and other multilateral lenders to join Zambia’s debt restructuring process. Zambian Minister of Finance and National Planning Situmbeko Musokotwane said that contrary to the Financial …

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Somalia gets 70 mln USD World Bank grant to improve services

Mogadishu, Somalia | Xinhua | The World Bank said it has approved a 70 million U.S. dollar International Development Association (IDA) grant to develop resilient water, agriculture, and environmental services for rural communities in Somalia’s drylands. The Somalia Water for Rural Resilience Project, known as “Barwaaqo” and builds on the Biyoole project, …

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Government concealing debt figures: Experts

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Experts have faulted the government for using statistics that do not give the real picture of the state of affairs to define the performance of the economy. An example is the Debt-to-GDP ratio that the government uses to determine the safety and strength of the …

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