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  1. FILE PHOTO: A participant stands near a logo of World Bank at the International Monetary Fund - Wor

    Commentary: The end of the decade – the world is in more debt and it isn’t going away

    Low interest rates and fiscal spending to help economies climb out of the global financial crisis has put the world at record debt levels.
  2. Argentina's President-elect Alberto Fernandez attends the oath of office of Tucuman Governor J

    Argentina creditors jockey for lead ahead of US$100 billion debt talks

    Several factions of Argentina's bondholders are jostling for influence ahead of restructuring talks with incoming president Alberto Fernandez as ...
  3. Lebanese army soldiers confront with demonstrators in an attempt to open a road blocked by them dur

    IMF urges Lebanon reforms, protesters keep up pressure

    The International Monetary Fund said on Monday Lebanon should urgently implement reforms to restore confidence and economic stability, as ...
  4. Argentine President Mauricio Macri has the support of the IMF

    Commentary: Argentina’s debt crisis shows IMF skidding down a slippery slope

    It’s high time we ask how the IMF’s mandate for dealing with emerging-market debt crises should be refocused, says Kenneth Rogoff.
  5. Maldives Foreign Minister Abdulla Shahid visits China

    China says Maldives is not 'mired in a Chinese debt trap'

    The Maldives are not "mired in a Chinese debt trap", the Chinese government's top diplomat told the visiting Maldivian foreign minister, amid ...
  6. Ruling Pakatan Harapan still struggling to finance Malaysia’s debts | Video
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    Ruling Pakatan Harapan still struggling to finance Malaysia’s debts | Video

    Nearly a year into Pakatan Harapan’s rule in Malaysia, the new government is still struggling to finance a one trillion ringgit debt caused by the ...
  7. Sri Lanka last year granted Beijing a 99-year lease on the Hambantota deep-sea port, situated along

    Commentary: Sri Lanka's debt problem wasn't made in China

    Sri Lanka faces a record foreign debt repayment of nearly US$6 billion in 2019, say economists Dushni Weerakoon and Sisira Jayasuriya.