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Rich countries put a price on their delayed vaccine programmes

After failing to back the IMF's $50 billion vaccine plan, G20 countries are trying to make their aid programmes look more generous

Successive attempts to get the rich countries of the G7 and G20 to agree on a plan to vaccinate most of the world against Covid-19 have ended in acrimony this year with the biggest...



    Vol 62 No 21 |
  • OECD

Tax reforms – by the rich for the rich

The OECD's reforms will boost rich countries' tax revenues but do little to stem illicit financial flows from developing economies

Governments around the world could get over $150bn in extra tax revenues a year under a new accord signed at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris on 8...


From debt to aid

Members of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said in April that they would 'strive to protect aid budgets' in the wake of Covid-19. Many civil society acti...

China and India join aid cooperation

European officials left the Busan Fourth High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness on 1 December congratulating themselves on having brought China and India closer into the global aid ...

Opening the tent

A formal study group at the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development is exploring ways to take lessons from China’s development path and apply them to the fight against...

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