The UN’s chief painted a grim picture of a divided and polarised world and urged solidarity among nations.
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Developing countries could shoulder most of the cost of the coronavirus crisis, a new report from the UN warns.
Cabraal says he is not keen on an international bailout even as he has to resolve Sri Lanka’s depleted forex reserves.
UNDP says drought, COVID-19 pandemic and political upheaval could cause Afghanistan’s poverty rate to reach 97 percent.
Situmbeko Musokotwane faces the daunting task of pulling country out of a protracted debt crisis, prioritises IMF talks.
The government will hold back $500m of the $961m IMF funds to support the currency which has plunged.
Afghanistan, now under control of the Taliban, is sitting on what could be the world’s largest lithium reserves.
If investors walk away, Afghanistan faces economic collapse without the billions of dollars it gets in aid money.
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Investors are worried years of war, waves of refugees will add pressure on neighbouring nations, especially Pakistan.
The IMF warns of global economic recovery where ‘the poor get poorer and social unrest and geopolitical tensions grow’.
The G-20’s first in-person meeting since the pandemic hit last year will try to forge consensus on unfinished business.
Al Jazeera sits down with the UNDP chief who says helping developing countries is in wealthier nations’ self-interest.