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La Plateforme Française Dette et Développement

No relief in sight: French private financial institutions demand debt service repayment despite the Covid crisis

Poor countries have already been weakened by unsustainable debt burden—now they are hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic and the ensuing economic...
Alexander Kentikelenis

Austerity Redux: The Post-pandemic Wave of Budget Cuts and the Future of Global Public Health

Is austerity a thing of the past? In this article, the authors review available evidence, focusing on public spending projections...
Jubilee Debt Campaign

Lower income countries spend five times more on debt than dealing with climate change

Jubilee Debt Campaign UK (JDC) released a briefing exposing how lower income countries are spending over five times more on...

Atlas of Vulnerability: Developing Countries and the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic impacts developing countries worse than developed countries. When we look at the big picture, we see that...

Debt and pandemic in middle-income countries

Report published by Latindadd, October 2021

The IIF & debt relief: How the Institute of International Finance lobbies to prevent private debt relief for developing countries

This report exposes how the Institute of International Finance (IIF) has been given a privileged role by the G20 to...
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Cultivating Fiscal Inequality: The Socfin Report

This report on the tax strategy of the agribusiness corporation Socfin reveals how multinational companies can shift profits from countries where...

Another Debt Crisis in the Making?

Debt crises have become more frequent across the world, especially in developing countries. More than 95 countries underwent some 600...
Counter Balance

The European Green Deal: Reclaiming Public Investments for a real Socio-ecological Transformation

The European Green Deal (EGD) has been called by the Commission’s President Von der Leyen the “man on the moon...

Ensuring green equity means equity for people and planet

A new report published today by Recourse, Heinrich Böll Stiftung Washington DC, BankTrack, Trend Asia and Centre for Financial Accountability...