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The New Landscape of Lenders and the World Bank

Healthy competition or another debt trap?

The creditor landscape is rapidly changing. New donor countries such as China, India and Venezuela are stepping forward with offers of rapidly-disbursed and almost condition-fee cash to low-income African and Latin American nations. This relatively new development has the “traditional” international donor community seriously worried. By Gail Hurley.


Until now, the club of European countries with the US, Canada, Japan and Australia, had held a virtual monopoly over official financial flows to developing nations. This monopoly covered not only official bilateral assistance but also multilateral flows via these nations’ control of the governance structures of the World Bank and IMF ...

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Posted: 25 Jan 2007

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