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Don’t forget poor nations, victims of Euro crisis, World Bank tells G20

Tuesday, November 1st 2011 - 20:30 UTC
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Development banks could provide up to 200 billion dollars in financing to help poor nations deal with shockwaves caused by the European sovereign debt crisis, World Bank President Robert Zoellick said on Tuesday. Read full article


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  • fermin

    How immoral!

    How can the World Bank speak about poor nations and specially Africa when they have been main actors in the game of financial speculation and jobs destruction.

    The crisis is structural, it was planned, it is the moment where huge corporations finally finish their economic program of speculation. It is also a moment where societies can look back and think if they want to go on trusting the same International Financial Institutions or turn arround and build another economic structure.

    It doesn't surprise me that Mr. Zoellick doesn't like the referendum in Greece. Time only helps the ones who really want to discover the truth. Time is their enemy now and they want European leaders to stop listening the voice of their folk.

    it would be good if Greece broke finally the relationship with this financial criminals. Things won't get better if decisions are taken quickly, things will get better for people if people becomes PROTAGONIST of the story of their nations.

    Nov 02nd, 2011 - 04:07 am - Link - Report abuse 0

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