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The border closures equalized those who used to flying business class and those who borrowed money for a bus ticket to go abroad for work: all had to stay at home.
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Score: 517187.06 - https://www.ilo.org/budapest/w...WCMS_764754/lang--en/index.htm
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Deindustrialization and economic stagnation in El Salvador Cáceres, Luis René Economic growth and gender inequality: an analysis of panel data for five Latin American countries Vásconez Rodríguez, Alison Who borrows to accumulate assets? Class, gender and indebtedness in Ecuador’s credit market Deere, Carmen Diana Catanzarite, Zachary B.
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Score: 633260.4 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publications/type/cepal-review/122
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UNICEF Serbia/2021 Homework clubs will be established as a new form of learning support for pupils, while in digital technology libraries pupils will be able to borrow tablets. When classes return to a regular school schedule, the equipment will be used to improve class quality and will be available to all teachers and 12,000 children in these schools. (...) Bora will be among the first children who’ll borrow a tablet. “When I come to school, I’ll have a tablet, so I’ll be able to follow the classes and learn all sorts of things.
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Score: 763486.67 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...es/knowledge-hands-every-child
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According to the study, lowering global interest rates supported Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) bond activity in 2019. Borrowers enjoyed easy financing conditions, as interest rate cuts from the U.S. (...) Mexican, Brazilian and Chilean borrowers were the main contributors to the region’s performance.
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Score: 749010.16 - https://www.cepal.org/en/news/...d-2019-credit-quality-declined
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UNICEF India/2019/Sundararajan The locality is close to the sea coast and known for its notorious thick population, narrow roads, poor infrastructure, high incidence of crime, fishing harbor, and colonial structures, “My father is jobless and an alcoholic, he has borrowed money from usury. Unable to repay, my mother is forced to work as a sweeper in a school to repay and safeguard my family, this is my plight”, says Althaf.
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Score: 503990.04 - https://www.unicef.org/india/s...es/i-speak-my-rights-my-choice
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This includes an unfair debt architecture that not only charges poor countries much more money to borrow on the market than advanced economies, but downgrades them when they even think of restructuring their debt or applying for debt relief.   (...) They should be able to borrow at a low cost and be protected in times of crisis – including through integrating measures like hurricane clauses into debt contracts.   (...) They should be able to borrow at a low cost and be protected in times of crisis – including through integrating measures like hurricane clauses into debt contracts.  
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Score: 706415.77 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...veloped-countries-%28part-1%29
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The low bankability and lack of collateral forces these communities to borrow from informal sources who in turn charge much higher interest rates and tend to be unaffordable. (...) This lack of financial literacy among farmer and fishing communities leads to poor financial management in terms of planning their borrowings and repaying debts. The inability to assess their own repayment capacity has in many instances caused these communities to fall short of their financial obligations and fall into a debt trap led by continuous borrowing, which has ultimately resulted in bankruptcy. (...) This resulted in the farmers needing to borrow to maintain their International Labour Organization 17 working capital until payment was received from Cargills, a practice which became uneconomical owing to high interest rates and slim margins.
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Score: 294971.97 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_749508.pdf
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Photo: Getty Images / Rajesh Jantilal Some anti-debt activists charge that conditionality violates the sovereignty of borrower nations and imposes programmes that may be unsuited to the economies of poor countries.
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Score: 385843.95 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...-la-dette-de-l%E2%80%99afrique
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