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Full text: Akufo-Addo’s speech at 2022 African Development Bank Annual Meeting

Joy Online 24 May 2022
collaborate and work with the World Bank and the IMF on the Debt Service Suspension Initiative and the G20 Common Framework; ... In July last year, the IDA of World Bank (the equivalent of ADF) priced a 10-year Sustainable Development Bond that raised two billion euros (€2 billion).
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The Great Simplification – Full Movie

Resilience 19 May 2022
The world to come will be different from our expectations ... https.//read.realityblind.world/view/975731937/24/ ... https.//read.realityblind.world/view/388478403/30/ ... https.//ourworldindata.org/world-population-growth ... All the cash, stocks, bonds, and pension funds in the world need energy and materials to be cashed out and turned into real wealth.
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BDO sells $100-m Blue bonds to IFC to tackle pollution

Manila Standard 17 May 2022
BDO Unibank Inc., the country’s largest lender led by the Sy Group, issued $100 million worth of Blue bonds (about P5.2 billion) through an investment from International Finance Corp., a member of the World Bank Group ... Plastics Circularity Opportunities and Barriers (World Bank Group, 2021).
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TCC emerges as fintech inventory funding partner for banks at BAFT

The Facts 17 May 2022
Capital as a Service solution enables fintech and banking to expand investment grade business ... banks and banking executives in Washington DC ... "The timing couldn't be better for banks to explore, not fear, what fintechs like TCC can offer," said Sanjay Bonde, TCC CEO and Chairman.
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Asian markets gain despite global growth worries

The Times of India 17 May 2022
Economic growth fears in the world's two largest economies have re-emerged following weak retail sales and factory production figures in China and disappointing U.S ... After all, inflation - and the central bank response - has been a stiff headwind for global bond and equity markets this year," Capital Economics wrote in a note to clients.
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Asia markets gain despite global growth worries

Metro USA 17 May 2022
Economic growth fears in the world’s two largest economies have re-emerged following weak retail sales and factory production figures in China and disappointing U.S ... After all, inflation – and the central bank response – has been a stiff headwind for global bond and equity markets this year,” Capital Economics wrote in a note to clients.
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Markets in Asia rise on hopes of China relaxing its tech crackdown

Business Day 17 May 2022
“One important way China’s lockdowns could impact the rest of the world is through its impact on inflation. After all, inflation — and the central bank response — has been a stiff headwind for global bond and equity markets this year,” Capital Economics wrote in a note to clients.
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Asia markets rise on hopes of easing China tech crackdown

Metro USA 17 May 2022
“One important way China’s lockdowns could impact the rest of the world is through its impact on inflation. After all, inflation – and the central bank response – has been a stiff headwind for global bond and equity markets this year,” Capital Economics wrote in a note to clients.
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Guest view: Blue finance can save Asia's oceans

Reuters 13 May 2022
Built on the model that made green finance a success, the World Bank and the Republic of Seychelles issued the first sovereign blue bond in 2018 ... IFC recently invested in the first blue bonds issued by banks in the Philippines and Thailand ... But a lot more needs to happen to build the blue finance ecosystem the world needs.
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How debt cancellation could help poor countries prepare for climate change

Grist 13 May 2022
This money — which may be provided in the form of interest-bearing loans or bonds — comes from governments like the United States, multilateral lenders like the World Bank or the International Monetary Fund, or private lenders, like a wealthy individual or company.
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Pakistan’s net external debt soars almost $5bn

Dawn 13 May 2022
The disbursements included $2.907bn or 32pc from multilateral development partners, primarily ADB, World Bank, and IsDB, followed by $2.03bn or 22pc from foreign commercial banks, $1bn or 11pc from bonds, $3bn or 33pc in safe deposits from friendly countries, and $150 million or ...
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Nasdaq Dubai bell marks successful issuance of UAE T-bonds

Gulf News 12 May 2022
The Federal Treasury Bond Program contributes to revitalising the local financial and banking sector and providing alternative financing opportunities for investors, in addition to reflecting the strength of economic development indicators, the stability of the financial system and the resilience of the economy.
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Watch: Nasdaq Dubai bell marks successful issuance of UAE T-bonds

Gulf News 12 May 2022
The Federal Treasury Bond Program contributes to revitalising the local financial and banking sector and providing alternative financing opportunities for investors, in addition to reflecting the strength of economic development indicators, the stability of the financial system and the resilience of the economy.
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The dollar problem: emerging markets count the costs

Metro USA 11 May 2022
Central banks across the developing world have jacked up interest rates by hundreds of basis points cumulatively to tame inflation and ensure a sufficient inflation-adjusted bond premium to rising U.S ... As a result, emerging economies may expand just 4.6% this year, the World Bank forecasts, compared with an earlier 6.3% prediction.
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Sri Lanka: debt crisis, neocolonialism and geopolitical rivalry

Asiatimes 11 May 2022
According to the World Bank, Sri Lanka owes $15 billion in bonds, mostly dollar-denominated, out of a total of $45 billion to $50 billion in long-term debt ... The multilateral Asian Development Bank and the World Bank own 13% and 9% of Sri Lanka’s foreign debt respectively.

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