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Economy & Jobs 17-04-2018

European Parliament sounds the alarm over developing world debt crisis

The number of poor countries facing major debt crises has doubled since 2013, and only 1 in 5 are now considered to be at low risk of crisis. With some countries in the midst of crisis and others on the brink, meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) remains a pipe dream, writes Mark Perera.
Development Policy 18-06-2015

Finland’s aid cut and the EU’s credibility crisis

Finland's decision to slash its development aid by 43% has dealt a serious blow to the credibility of the entire European Union at a crucial time, write Niina Mäki and Jeroen Kwakkenbos.
Euro & Finance 26-01-2015

Greek elections: Time for the EU to talk debt

European debt justice groups welcome the plans of the new Syriza-led government to renegotiate Greece’s heavy debt burden with its creditors. These negotiations should start as soon as possible, writes Bodo Ellmers.
Development Policy 18-12-2014

Developing countries lose $2 for every $1 they earn

For every dollar that developing countries have earned since 2008, they have lost $2, which proves that the global financial system is failing poorer nations, writes Jesse Griffiths.
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