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World Bank loan to help Uruguayan farmers address climate change consequences

Tuesday, November 22nd 2011 - 01:46 UTC
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The World Bank approved last week a loan for 49 million dollars to support Uruguayan farmers in adopting environmentally sustainable practices to improve the resilience of their production systems in response to the effects of climate variability. Read full article

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  • Pirat-Hunter

    LOL good luck to Uruguay they will need it, IMF and WTO hand out money to any criminal or thieve who will sign the IOU's for Uruguay, little do they know that someone will buy a home and a yat in miami beach with their tax money. keep an eye on the man who signs for the theft of public money and see if any of tha money goes to where they said it would, we had the same thing happening in Argentina with IMF and the croock who thefted Argentina's wealth. as you can all see Argentina is doing a lot better thanks to the fact that IMF is not sucking Argentina dry, Argentina is doing sooo good there is not need for IMF to waste our time, maybe Uruguay should trust their national bank and quit giving outsiders the investment opporunities wich they should keep for themselves. U$ dollars create jobs for mr americano the land gives off natural resources wich will be sold to mr americano, now if you work for pesos and WTO gives you dollars who's pay check are those dollars supporting ??? USA or Uruguay. www.burbuja.info/inmobiliaria/burbuja-inmobiliaria/265135-los-cuatro-pasos-del-fmi-para-la-condena-economica-i.html

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