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Paved with good intentions

14 May 2020 By Anna Szymanski

Over 300 officials from around the world have urged the IMF and World Bank to cancel poor countries’ debt. But that would favor heavier borrowers, it doesn’t ask for any accountability, it could limit future lending, and it hands advantages to China. A debt standstill is safer.

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