ZAMBIA: Lungu’s central bank heist?

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It is difficult to view the badly timed removal of Bank of Zambia governor Denny Kalyalya as anything other than an assault against the central bank’s independence. A terse IMF statement “noting” the leadership change suggests that relations with the Fund – tentative at best – may nosedive once again precisely at a point when Zambia’s financial crunch is intensifying. Other than temporary relief from the Paris Club under the G20’s debt suspension initiative, all big questions around Zambia’s mounting debt troubles have not even begun to be addressed. Breaking the ban
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Shinzo Abe’s political comeback in 2012 ushered in an astonishing period of stability and prosperity. Abe’s successor inherits a country whose economic and geopolitical future is far less secure, @observingjapan argues.
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Imperdible discurso de Luciano Laspina

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