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The other war

Casualties in Africa's economic battles are outstripping those in the military campaigns in Asia and the Middle East

Watching Africa's halting economic progress amid war and recession, World Bank officials are launching an emergency drive for aid. Despite a decade of economic reform and debt reli...

Economic battlefield

Africans have won the moral argument on debt: now they must win a much tougher one - over access to markets in rich countries

Two days of violence between demonstrators and police at the annual meeting of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund in the Czech capital, Prague, on 26-27 September left ...

Life after debt

Agreement on the latest plan to reduce Africa's debt burden should allow policymakers to concentrate on growth and investment

Africa moved up the agenda at the 28-30 September annual meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund in Washington after the Group of Seven (G-7) industrialised coun...

Devastating debts

Arguments among rich countries are slowing progress on cutting Africa's debts

Africa’s hopes for more debt relief are caught between rich countries squabbling over who is to pay for the debt cuts and an increasingly militant international campaign to write o...

Revised downwards

The International Monetary Fund’s World Economic Outlook projects African gross domestic product growth at 3.7 per cent this year, compared to its earlier forecast of 4.8 per cent....

Asian tigers, African lions

African finance ministers are looking more carefully at Asia's economic models, mired in currency and environmental crises

African finance ministers making the pilgrimage to Hong Kong for the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank (23-25 September) were treated to a bizar...

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