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Star-studded in Ouaga

Dancers, presidents and tough talking marked Kaberuka's first annual meeting

It was a glittering debut annual meeting for the Africa Development Bank's new President, Donald Kaberuka, at Burkina Faso's Ouaga 2000 Conference Centre on 17 May. Alongside the 5...


Presidential duel

A deadlocked election for the Bank's new leader is holding back international money

'No white smoke yet', South Africa's Finance Minister Trevor Manuel joked with a crowd of journalists after five rounds of voting for the African Development Bank president on 18 M...


Race for the presidency

The race to choose a new president for the African Development Bank is becoming increasingly bitter and political ahead of its annual meeting, due in Abuja, Nigeria, on 17-19 May. ...


Accra ahead

As the race heats up to succeed Morocco's Omar Kabbaj as President of the African Development Bank (AC Vol 44 No 3) next year, Ghana's Kingsley Amoako, Executive Secretary of the U...


Trading places

The African Development Bank's new African Economic Outlook, jointly published with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, inveighs against the usual targets of...


Mobile bank

Anti-globalisation demonstrators, worries about security at headquarters in Côte d'Ivoire and competition over rival African development plans intruded on the businesslike bu...


It's Omar II

With a 35 per cent capital increase for the African Development Bank and a replenishment for its soft-loan fund under his belt, ADB President Omar Kabbaj launched his re-election ...


Brave new bank

The ADB has staved off crisis by yielding more power to non-African governments

Having pushed through a 35 per cent capital increase and new voting rules favouring Western shareholders, the African Development Bank’s Moroccan President, Omar Kabbaj, now ...


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