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Mozambique tumbles down ranking in anti-corruption index

Mozambique has fallen from 112th to 144th position in the annual Corruption Perceptions Index, published by the global anti-corruption body, Transparency International (TI).

Unveiling the 2016 TI report at a Maputo press conference on Wednesday 25 January, Baltazar Fael, a researcher for CIP, the Mozambican chapter of TI, noted that Mozambique’s classification in the index had not shifted very much in the previous four years – it had been ranked in 123rd position in 2012, 119th in both 2013 and 2014, rising to 112th in 2015. 852 more words


'Diametrically opposed': Trump's protectionism is about to disrupt IMF's globalism agenda

Christine Lagarde is racing through Uganda in a black SUV. It’s a bumpy road — not the only one the IMF chief is likely to encounter in the age of President Donald Trump. 1,455 more words


Christine Lagarde a obținut un nou mandat în fruntea FMI

Christine Lagarde a obținut un nou mandat în fruntea FMI. Christine Lagarde a obținut un nou mandat de cinci ani la conducerea Fondului Monetar Internațional, a anunțat vineri Consiliul de Administrație al FMI, transmit CNBC și MarketWatch. 10 more words


Chart of the Week: Growth and Inequality

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In the past two decades, low-income economies have seen a rise in growth, with fewer living in poverty. 149 more words

International Monetary Fund

Today, February 9th, is an historic day. Today in 1916, conscription began in Great Britain as the Military Service Act became effective. Today in 1918, Ukraine signed a peace treaty with the Central Powers – a deal to provide food to Prussia (Germany) in exchange for military defense from the belligerent Bolshevik forces of Russia. 600 more words


“We Need Support For Economic Growth” – M7 Tells IMF’s Boss

President Yoweri Museveni yesterday, January 27, received and held a meeting with the visiting International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director, Ms. Christine Lagarde at State House, Entebbe. 405 more words

President Museveni

Moz Gov't should stop blaming the war, the Int economic crisis, and admit corruption need to be eradicated

If Mozambique is going to renounce the government-guarantee on most of the US$2-billion in secret debt, it will need to argue that the then finance minister Manuel Chang acted unconstitutionally and illegally in signing the guarantee. 1,121 more words

January 2017