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African countries have borrowed billions of euros from China. Now comes the problem

China is lending unimaginably huge sums to developing economies. In Africa, it has already surpassed the United States as the largest lender. Now that countries are stuck in the payment, problems arise: No one knows exactly how much was borrowed from China. With upbeat tweets, Zambia’s new president, Hakainde Hichilema...
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Climate inaction costlier than net zero transition: Reuters poll

BENGALURU, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Hitting the Paris Agreement goal of net-zero carbon emissions will require investments in a green transition worth 2%-3% of world output each year until 2050, far less than the economic cost of inaction, according to a Reuters poll of climate economists. Respondents also said such...
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Nigeria Launches CBDC Amid Efforts To Tighten Grip Over Crypto Market

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Letters: How can the Labour Party ignore the devastating effects of lockdowns?

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FAST THINKING: What’s behind the coup in Sudan?

On Monday, Sudan’s military arrested the country’s civilian leaders—including Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok—in an apparent coup that’s likely to stymie the country’s already-slow progress toward political reform. The move comes just weeks after a failed takeover attempt by loyalists to ex-dictator Omar al-Bashir and amid repeated warnings that tensions between Sudan’s civilian and military leaders were reaching their breaking point. What’s next for Sudan and the global partners in its state-building project? Our experts weigh in.
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To “digitize payments”, Paraguay launches instant payment system

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IMF Chief Economist Gopinath: Inflation Will Continue Well Into 2022

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